Copyright, Fair Use, and DMCA Takedown Notices in the Digital Age

    Copyright, Fair Use, and DMCA Takedown Notices in the Digital Age
    CLE 60 min

    Copyright, Fair Use, and DMCA Takedown Notices in the Digital Age

    • The download and on-demand online course for this title will be available for ABA Value Pass subscribers.
    • CD-ROM available to order 3 weeks before the program. Online courses and downloads will be available about a week after the program.
    • Recording date: September 30, 2014
    • Product Code: CE1409CFUUMB
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    From the copyright owner's perspective, there is a massive amount of infringement on the Internet, in most cases without attribution or a link to the original source of the content. Many website operators have overly broad definitions of what lies in the public domain or constitutes fair use. From the perspective of those who link to, excerpt, or adapt others' content, copyright owners can be too quick to fire off takedown notices.

    In this program, our expert panel will discuss:

    • The massive amount of infringement on the Internet from both the copyright owners' and users' perspectives
    • The various components that cause the chilling effect which compels many users to take down content rather than fight
    • The complicated role of ISPs as both content creators and users of others' content

    Product Details

    Panelists

    Dave Ugelow, Heather L Dietrick, Lizanne Vaughan

    Sponsors

    ABACLE, Forum on the Entertainment and Sports Industries, Section of Intellectual Property Law

    Product Code

    CE1409CFUUMB

    Duration

    60

    Publication Date

    9/30/2014 12:00:00 AM

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