Tuesday, May 10, 2011

You Tube, My Take: An On-Demand CLE

Should Google be held responsible for the copyright infringement that its YouTube website facilitates?
This audio recording engages the issues by drawing on excerpts from the voluminous materials filed over the past three years in the Viacom/Google litigation. Specifically, it considers how both Viacom and Google frame the basic case, and critically explores each side's position with respect to the storage, knowledge and control issues raised by section 512 of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.
You Tube, My Take
UCLA law professor Doug Lichtman.
Intellectual Property Colloquium
CA, NH, NY, PA, WA. For other jurisdictions, you might be able to apply for credit with the appropriate agency.

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