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Why Copyright Negligence Won’t Fly

As some of you may recall, Mr. Randazza and I recently wrote competing viewpoints on the extent of third-party liability for copyright infringement.  As some of the comments noted, the two articles talked past each other a bit.  My article … Continue reading

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When Pirates Steal Your Wifi

On August 6th, TorrentFreak ran the following article as one side of a point-counterpoint series regarding third party liability for copyright infringement.  In this article, I analyze a statement of third party copyright liability commonly used by copyright trolls, and argue … Continue reading

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Poker Indictments Part II: An Upside-Down Pyramid Scheme

It’s been awhile since my last blog post, and I’ve had the opportunity to read and review the 50 page complaint detailing the government’s allegations. The government charges include nine counts, as follows: Count 1: Conspiracy to Violate the UIGEA … Continue reading

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The Perplexing Priorities of the DOJ and the SDNY

I plan to cover a wide-range of topics on this blog, mostly involving legal issues that might be of interest to me or my clients. For my first, I thought it would be interesting to make a couple of initial … Continue reading

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