Google may be all about open standards and open access to information, but it's building a walled garden with its Youtube service.
The BBC today agreed to provide access to some of its digital video through the online video service.
Since the BBC is run with public funds and the station doesn’t have any advertising revenues, it makes sense for its content to be distributed as widely as possible.
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