The Day In Online Video News And Views 2nd December 2013

The Day In Online Video News And Views 2nd December 2013

Google, Microsoft and Yahoo have been legally ordered to remove 16 video piracy websites from their French sites. The domains in question are variations of video streaming websites Allostreaming, Fifostreaming and Dpstream. The judgement potentially sets a precedent not only for ISPs and search engines to cooperate with copyright holders, but to also pay for the cost of any action brought against them. Google, Microsoft and Yahoo have been given two weeks to comply with the High Court's ruling, in a case that could have global consequences.

YouTube now has a dedicated app for the Nintendo 3DS (unlike the PS4) and gamers can access their accounts and search the site for videos via their game consoles. No support for 3D video though and no word as to when that's coming. As it's been a very long weekend, welcome to the rest of the news and gossip from videoland since Thanksgiving.

The Day in Online Video News

French court orders Google, Microsoft and Yahoo to delist video piracy websites Wired

YouTube finally arrives on Nintendo 3DS with ironic lack of 3D playback support Engadget

The Day In VoD and Cable News

BT to broadcast and stream live NBA games in the UK Engadget

Xbox One Is Still Stuck in Cable’s Orbit Variety

Why aren’t Amazon and Hulu shows playing on Netflix’s level? GigaOm

LoveFilm Lands On The PlayStation 4 In The UK GeekyGadgets

Google decides Chromecast TV-stick apps are a whole NEW THING TheRegister

Comcast, Nielsen Unveil Plan to Get More Ad Money From Video On Demand Variety

BBC iPlayer mobile and tablet traffic reaches new high DigitalTVEurope

Amazon's Bezos dodges questions about set-top box plans FierceCable

Time Warner Cable Plugs HBO Into Stripped-Down, Cheaper TV Bundle Variety

The Day in Advertising, Marketing and Mobile News

This Disgusting Doritos Commercial Will Crash The 2014 Superbowl WhatsTrending

Three dancing pony returns for Christmas MarketingWeek

The Internet Hates Kmart's New GIF Ads BusinessInsider

But Wait, There's More!

Why wait for Twitch? Here’s how you can stream from your Xbox One today VentureBeat

How Video Helped Dropbox Get 75,000 Subscribers in 24 Hours SmallBiztrends

Experimental camera captures 3D images in near-total darkness TheVerge

Xbox Video App On Xbox One Doesn’t Allow Downloads UberGizmo

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