YouTube and two other video-sharing Web sites agreed last week to stop showing a surveillance video of a car exploding on impact with a tollbooth on the Garden State Parkway.

The deal came two days after the New Jersey Turnpike Authority, which oversees the parkway, filed suit in federal court asserting a copyright over the video, which a turnpike employee had shared with others outside the agency and which had appeared on free-posting Web sites.

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