US Copyright Office: DMCA’s Safe Harbour System “Unbalanced”

The United States Copyright Office seems prepared to revise the controversial ‘safe harbour’ provisions of the ’98 Digital Millennium Copyright Act, siting the the current notice-and-takedown system seems tilted in. Continue reading

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Stopping Google’s End Run: No Safe Harbor Privilege in Trade Agreements

The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement recently passed the house and is headed for the senate. Many in the music industry are concerned, however, that the new deal contains concepts which looks. Continue reading

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BMG Leads Fight To Limit ‘Safe Harbor’ Protections

BMG has become a standout among music publishers taking direct action against any U.S. internet service provider failing to enforce their "repeat infringer" policy. Now, even as the EU considers. Continue reading

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A2IM Backs #LOVEMUSIC Campaign, Urges Action

American Association of Independent Music (A2IM) has added its support to the #LoveMusic campaign fighting for passage of an EU proposal to modernize copyright and limit the "safe harbor" provisions. Continue reading

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