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Name The Dangers of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act: Much Ado About Nothing?
Cite SSRN
Year 2008
Bluebook cite Steve Calandrillo, The Dangers of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act: Much Ado About Nothing?Steve Calandrillo, SSRN, available at http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1262042(external link) (2008).
Author Steve Calandrillo
URL http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1262042(external link)
Item Type article
Summary Without fair use defenses to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, consumers have more restricted access to copyrighted digital works than they do in traditional media. Unlike the early DMCA litigation, lately courts have interpreted the DMCA to better balance the interests of copyright owners and consumers and manufacturers of enabling technology. The author advocates for a uniform protection of fair use to be incorporated into the DMCA so the law can protect copyright owners, but also foster innovation.
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