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Universal Media Group (UMG) has secured a default judgment against two YouTube video-ripping services and is seeking more than $82 million in damages, according to documents published by a Virginia federal court.
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UMG, RIAA, YouTube, Strem-ripping, US District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia