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Topic - Chad Hurley
A lawsuit by Kim Kardashian and Kanye West over leaked footage of their marriage proposal can proceed because it does not violate the free speech rights of the co-founder of YouTube, a judge ruled Tuesday.
YouTube's founders have bought a company that makes software to help businesses keep track of what's being said about them on Facebook and Twitter.
YouTube founders Chad Hurley and Steve Chen are cooking up another Internet company. This time, its ingredients will include the content-sharing service Delicious.
Hurley contends he posted his footage only after seeing pictures and congratulatory messages from celebrities online.