Copyright Meets a New Foe: The Real-Time WebLiz Gannes
Copyright law wasn't written with today's content consumption in mind. The way online video copyright functions is based on a reading of the 10-year-old Digital Millennium Copyright Act that equates video hosting sites with Internet service providers. That law provides a "safe harbor" for hosts who respond to copyright claims by taking down infringing content "expeditiously."
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