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YouTube’s defense against claims of copyright infringement has long been the safe harbor of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, which clears service providers from liability related to material transmitted through their systems. But if Google were to implement copyright filters, proactively screening content before it’s posted […]

YouTube’s defense against claims of copyright infringement has long been the safe harbor of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, which clears service providers from liability related to material transmitted through their systems. But if Google were to implement copyright filters, proactively screening content before it’s posted to the site, would YouTube leave the safe harbor of DMCA? Continue Reading….

  1. Interesting article, but does YouTube even qualify for safe harbor? I think there are some very difficult problems for YouTube in this area.

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