How to stay out of court and stay in business in the post-Grokster era?


Doc Searls points to a piece by Denise Howell of ReedSmith, which outlines strategies for avoiding legal trouble.. “A workable approach beneficial to all concerned, and designed to minimize claims for infringement under Grokster, can and should begin with clear, consistent internal communications that leave no room for doubt that, although something conceivably (or actually) has both infringing and noninfringing uses, the infringing ones are a secondary consequence and the product or service stands on its own and flourishes without them.”

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