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Today on the Net: Break Media’s CEO questions AOL’s video strategy with The Huffington Post on board, the MPAA is suing cyberlocker service Hotfile and Thwapr’s new iPhone app lets users share up to 30-minute video files.

Now That AOL Has Huffpo, Where’s the Video?; Break Media CEO questions what AOL’s video strategy will be now that Arianna Huffington is in charge of editorial. (AdAge)

War Against Cyberlockers Begins: MPAA Sues Hotfile; The studios could have chosen to sue any one of a number of cyberlocker services for copyright infringement, but the fact that they chose Hotfile suggests that they believe that this service is a particularly ripe target. (paidContent)

New Video-Sharing iPhone App Supports 30-Minute Clips; Mobile-to-mobile video-sharing startup Thwapr is released an iPhone app that helps users upload and share videos up to 30 minutes in length. (Mashable)

TokBox Is Shutting Down Its Consumer Video Chat Service; The company will focus on its OpenTok enterprise API offering instead. (TokBox blog)

Logitech’s LifeSize Provides Video Collaboration Through Interoperability With Microsoft UC Platforms; LifeSize HD video conferencing products will integrate with Microsoft unified communication (UC) platforms, enabling users across the enterprise to connect over video from LifeSize systems to the desktop, and vice versa. (LifeSize blog)

  1. Good take on the Hotfile lawsuit…

    MPAA Files Surprisingly Weak Billion Dollar Lawsuit Against Hotfile

    http://www.techdirt.com/articles/20110208/13165613006/mpaa-files-surprisingly-weak-billion-dollar-lawsuit-against-hotfile.shtml

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