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  Asked By: Jasmin    Date: Mar 12    Category: MOSS    Views: 2377

Considering things like the Viacom/Google lawsuit over copyrighted
content being posted is a bit worrisome to have an environment that
allows individuals to post information.

Does anyone know of any sort of utility/tool that will audit
SharePoint for copyrighted material? I know that it would be very
difficult to flag a portion of a document that is cut and pasted into
a blog or wiki.



4 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Chris Daniel     Answered On: Mar 12

I've not seen a tool, but if this a serious concern for you, you might
consider requiring Content Approval for all items.

Answer #2    Answered By: Lynn Mann     Answered On: Mar 12

it would be virtually impossible to implement something like this without
lots of false positives and negatives. Even Google with tons of brainpower,
an impetus to do something about it and a narrow scope (video) can't seem to
crack the nut yet.

Answer #3    Answered By: Damini Dande     Answered On: Mar 12

Absolutely. The only feasible way to work with something like this is
to allow users to flag content  and then have the flags reviewed by a human
being (preferably in Legal Services).

Answer #4    Answered By: Addison Peck     Answered On: Mar 12

You can use RMS system , i can make some protection for the documents and make
no one can save ,print or anything for this document, i dont know if it make
copy right or no.

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