updated 02:34 am EDT, Fri May 23, 2014
Online code education platform announces new partnerships in five countries
Codecademy, an educational startup aiming to provide accessible learning of programming code, has announced expansion into five more markets -- the UK, France, Brazil, Estonia and Argentina. Agreements with educational and government groups have allowed Codecademy to be available on a localized level, with partnerships including work on customized programs, and non-English language content. Presently, Codecademy courses remain free.
Vimeo announces "Copyright Match" system, automatically removes copyright-infringing videos
Online video service Vimeo announced this week that it is introducing a new feature that automatically removes copyright-infringing content from its site. Emphasizing the original aim of hosting original content, the "Copyright Match" system will utilize a copyright identification system that samples an audio clip and attempts to match it with certain third-party copyrighted material. Users who feel that their content has been unjustifiably taken down can apply for Vimeo's appeals process to argue for the qualification of "fair use."