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Unmasking Anonymous Copyright Infringers: Where the DMCA, First Amendment, and Fair Use Meet

Can internet service providers necessarily be compelled to unmask anonymous copyright infringers? In an opinion touching on Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) subpoenas, First Amendment concerns, and fair use, the Northern District of California said, in this one particular instance, no, granting Twitter’s motion to quash a subpoena seeking to reveal information behind an anonymous … Continue Reading

Xcentric Ventures (a/k/a/ “the Ripoff Report”) Seeks Ninth Circuit Ruling on Standard for Unmasking Anonymous Posters

The “Ripoff Report” consumer complaint Web site is well known to those who follow rulings involving the application of Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, including some who self-identity as “Section 230 junkies.” Xcentric Ventures, the operator of the Ripoff Report, and its founder Ed Magedson have been serial defendants in defamation cases brought … Continue Reading
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