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Today on the Net: British file sharers will continue to face lawsuits, Facebook.com is now the second most visited online video site, Apple approves the PlayOn video app,Hulu tweks its iOS app, and more.

The Big Switch to Internet TV & How Clicker Aims to be Your TV Guide; Richard MacManus spoke with Clicker CEO Jim Lanzone to find out how the idea for his site came about and to hear his thoughts on how Internet TV is evolving. (ReadWriteWeb)

Lawyers to continue piracy fight; a London law firm has pledged to continue to target file sharers, despite controversy surrounding the acquisition and care of users’ data. (BBC News)

Now Available: Update v1.2 for Hulu Plus on iOS; new version of Hulu Plus app improves playback of videos at high bit rates, amongst other things. (Hulu Blog)

comScore Releases August 2010 U.S. Online Video Rankings; Facebook.com secures second place in online video content ranking with 59 million viewers. (Press Release)

Brightcove and TubeMogul Expand Distribution Opportunities for Media Publishers; Brightcove now offers seamless integration with TubeMogul’s OneLoad video distribution capability. (Brightcove Blog)

PlayOn finally gets its iPhone app approved, HTML5 lets out a sigh of resignation; app makes it possible to stream Netflix / Amazon / Hulu / ESPN / CBS  and other web video content straight to the iPhone. (Engadget)

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