Monthly Archive: May 2011

The California State Senate votes today on the passage of SB761, introduced by State Senator Alan Lowenthal (D-Long Beach), that would require the state attorney general to adopt regulations allowing users to opt-out of programs that track online information and identifying user behavior on computers, smartphones, tablet computers, and any other device that accesses the …

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Section 512 includes a recital of the various safe harbors from liability and is also collectively referred to as OCILLA (Online Copyright Infringement Liability Limitation Act). Section 512(f) is intended to be a deterrent to those making false claims of infringement; this subsection of OCCILLA makes the person who is asserting the false claim of …

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