Microsoft Bashes YouTube for Exploiting Copyright "Loopholes"

Microsoft lashed out at Google's YouTube video-sharing site on, saying its own Soapbox is far more responsible and doesn't take advantage of "loopholes" in copyright law. Thomas Rubin, Microsoft's associate general counsel for copyright, said that unlike YouTube, Microsoft's Soapbox video-sharing site is designed to work in concert with copyright holders and that it represents an effort to be a good corporate citizen.

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