Tag Archives: Copyright

YouTube “Gets Tubed” by Internal E-Mails Showing Knowledge of Copyright Infringement

It never ceases to amaze me what even sophisticated business people will write in an e-mail. Executives of YouTube are obviously sophisticated, both in business and technology, yet internal e-mails that surfaced in a major copyright lawsuit with Viacom have … Continue reading

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Protect IP and SOPA Approach the Starting Line

In the last day, Sen. Harry Reid has said there will be a vote in the Senate on the Preventing Real Online Threats to Economic Creativity and Theft of Intellectual Property (Protect IP) act on January 24. In the last hour there have been reports … Continue reading

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Authors v. Google Enters the Next Stage

The Authors Guild, Inc. et al. v. Google, Inc., 1:05-cv-08136-DC (S.D.N.Y.), began almost 7 years ago when Google’s “Library Project” results were first available online. The lawsuit has just entered a new stage which you would expect at the beginning–a motion for … Continue reading

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