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Copyright in the Age of YouTube


Copyright in the Age of YouTube

Holden Lenz had just learned to walk when—on Feb. 7, 2007—he stepped into the front lines of the copyright wars...

“Companies that depend on user-generated content —and MySpace, Facebook, AOL, virtually every major Internet company incorporates user-generated content —they create a new and more vibrant public sphere,” says Corynne McSherry, staff attorney for the Electronic Frontier Foundation in San Francisco, who is representing Lenz in her lawsuit against UMG. “We have a whole new set of channels of communication. It’s good for con sumers and good for citizens.”

Thursday, February 12, 2009
ABA Law Journal

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