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DMCA Section 512: Are The Online Safe Harbors Becoming Less Safe?

Recorded on: Oct. 4, 2017
Running Time: 00:55:01

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Taken from the Web Program Intellectual Property Law Institute 2017 recorded October 2017 in New York.

DMCA Section 512: Are The Online Safe Harbors Becoming Less Safe? [00:55:01]
  • What is the balance between content owners and ISP’s?
  • How is the concept of “willful blindness” reconciled with Section 512’s statement that an ISP has no obligation to monitor its system to discover infringements?
  • What are the obligations of transmitting entities with regard to repeat infringers?
  • Can an entity that induces online infringement qualify for safe harbor protection?
  • Can an entity that substantially contributes to online infringement on its site qualify for safe harbor protection?    

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  • Online Providers, Facilitators and Owners: Is the Balance Changing? (July 1, 2017)
    Raymond T. Nimmer

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  • DMCA Section 512: Are The Online Safe Harbors Becoming Less Safe?
    Raymond T. Nimmer
Raymond T. Nimmer ~ University of Houston Law Center
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