November 1, 2007 | By Fred von Lohmann

Video: DMCA Safe Harbors and Viacom v. YouTube

Last week I had the privilege of being on a panel of legal experts to discuss the DMCA's "safe harbors" for online service providers, particularly as they might apply in the Viacom v. YouTube litigation. The video of the event has now been made available, so for those who are interested but were unable to make it to Santa Clara Law School last week, the 90-minute video is embedded below, or can be found here.

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