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Thanks for your reply. I possibly cannot go after all the people who have put copyrighted content on Google Video. I sent that mail to just inform you guys that lot of Copyrighted material is finding its way into Video.google.comAn then this
More specifically I am talking about new Hindi/Indian movies finding their way onto google. I am sure at some point in time the content owners are going to touch base with you folks.
Here are some of the movies
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Perhaps all the people who have issues with Copyrighted material in Google Video, can mail them requesting a review. Google on its part must put a process of preventing the content to be uploaded in the first place.
Update: The problem is more acute than i thought initially, since some of these movies are indexed in Google Search and tend to be in the top of the search results. Use the following URL to search and clicking on the link will start playing the movie. This increases the risk of increasing the number people discovering these copyrighted content.