Topic Archives: DMCA

Canada’s Approach to Intermediary Liability for Copyright Infringement: the Notice and Notice Procedure

In 2012, Canada adopted the Copyright Modernization Act as a comprehensive reform of Canadian copyright law and addressed the issue of liability for copyright infringement by online intermediaries. Rather than adopting a “Notice and Takedown” procedure like the United States … Continue reading

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Can the FCC Comply With the President’s Call for Legalization of Cell Phone Unlocking?

On March 4, 2013, the White House officially responded to an online petition calling for the legalization of cell phone unlocking. The process of unlocking a cell phone usually refers to installing software that allows a cell phone to be … Continue reading

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Sony v. Hotz: Controversies Regarding DMCA, Jurisdiction, Search Warrant and Subpoenas

Factual Background When Sony released its PlayStation 3 (“PS3″) video game console, it included a feature that allowed customers to install a version of the Linux operating system so that the machine could be used as a general purpose computer. … Continue reading

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Winter 2010 News Briefs

This month, our team members have been consumed with outlines, papers, and finals, and now the holidays are upon us.  Although we won’t be able to write full posts on all of the recent developments in technology law, we wanted … Continue reading

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The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement

The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (“ACTA”) has been under negotiation since October 2007. Over the past three years a group of nations, including the United States, have deliberated the specific contents and composition of this document designed to establish stronger intellectual … Continue reading

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