Google’s new video search tool is turning out to be a little more expansive than the company planned, with users uploading copyright content ranging from the last “Matrix” movie to the “Family Guy” cartoons.
Consumers browsing the service, which was opened to the public just two days ago, have uncovered links to full versions of feature-length movies, TV shows and other content. As of Thursday morning, much of that content could be watched in its entirety on Google’s site.
Google screen shots The company’s terms of service clearly state that anyone uploading content to the search tool must have the rights to distribute the video and that copyright material is barred without the express consent of the copyright holder.
A Google spokesman said the company is in the process of removing all material that violates copyright.
You can find a list of movies and TV shows found on Google Video here