[cc-community] An online place to post
jonathon.blake at gmail.com
Wed Jun 18 20:13:27 EDT 2008
On Wed, Jun 18, 2008 at 12:47 PM, Lloyd wrote:
> No one gets a DMCA notice wrong.
Assuming "wrong" means "not legally binding", it is fairly easy to get
a DMCA take down notice wrong. (Based on the DMCA take down notices
I've seen, John Doe, who knows squat about the law, and is too cheap
to hire a lawyer, is more likely to write a notice to conform with the
legal requirements than hotshot lawyer who knows squat about
intellectual property rights, representing himself.)
>Without the MTV stuff and clips from TV programs
Youtube is, for the most part, "
I've been surprised by the number of clips put on YouTube by the
legitimate copyright holder. This action greatly compounds Google's
problem in determining what is put there legally, and what is not put
>If you say so. I can imagine some sending notices based on the results reported by scripts but perhaps I am deluded.
DMCA take down notices have been sent purely on the basis of a PERL
script finding a zip file that contains the same name as a movie, or
book. That the zip file contained nothing relating to the work it
alleged infringed upon, can be irrelevant.
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