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How it works: Understanding Copyright Law in the New Creative Economy

Re:create Coalition’s How It Works: Understanding Copyright Law in the New Creative Economy Alex Feerst, Corporate Counsel, Medium: Medium strives to present a range of options for community-driven and commercial and in-between writing. Porous: some writers have found ways into … Continue reading

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One reason the DMCA is no substitute for anti-harassment policies

Another reason the DMCA is not a good anti-harassment tool: it requires contact information, which is sent to the party posting the challenged content. from Blogger http://ift.tt/1UL5jyU

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Copyright Office NPRM indicaties desire to strip sites of 512(c) protection

Eric Goldman explains here.  We already could tell that the Office was interested in shrinking the safe harbors; apparently the Office wants to do that in part by purging the list of registered DMCA agents every three years.  As someone … Continue reading

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Law firm advises: protect your brand via (c)

The advice from Drinker Biddle includes using the DMCA to get uses of your TM taken down, which is pretty much exactly the definition of one significant category of DMCA abuses. from Blogger http://ift.tt/25lpNa1

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1201 roundtable, renewal of previously granted exemptions

SESSION 3 Rulemaking Process – Renewal of Previously Granted Exemptions This session will explore the process for renewal of exemptions granted under a prior rulemaking, including consideration of proposals for presumptive renewal when there is no meaningful opposition.   Andrew … Continue reading

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1201 roundtable, evidentiary and procedural issues in rulemaking process

SESSION 2 Rulemaking Process – Evidentiary and Procedural Issues This session will explore the general operation of the triennial rulemaking process under section 1201, including the evidentiary showing required for an exemption, and the procedural aspects of the rulemaking. Andrew … Continue reading

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1201 roundtable, relation of 1201 to infringement, consumers, and competition

Copyright Office, 1201 Roundtable, DC James Madison Building, Mumford Room NB: I won’t be here tomorrow because the Office had the temerity to schedule the roundtables after I committed to a different exiting roundtable, this one at Notre Dame on … Continue reading

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