Liberty Media Holdings v. Tabora

EFF is urging a federal judge to reject a porn troll’s ploy to make a Wi-Fi provider responsible for the purported copyright infringement of another user.  Liberty Media Holdings (LMH) is suing two roommates in New York, alleging the illegal downloading of a pornographic film, even though LMH argues that only one made the infringing copy.  Remarkably, LMH claims that the non-downloading roommate is also responsible for copyright infringement, simply because the Internet subscription is in his name and that he might have known his roommate sometimes made illegal downloads.

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Pls plan to call your House Rep Monday, "vote no FCC privacy repeal" If your rep is Republican, ask 5 friends too https://eff.org/gopp

Mar 24 @ 4:18pm

A loophole in Australia's copyright safe harbor rules will stay open, endangering local user-generated content sites https://www.eff.org/deeplinks...

Mar 24 @ 1:37pm

In all, @agcrocker addressed the appeals court on NSLs for more than 25 minutes. Here's the full recording. https://youtu.be/ccS06CFkZ5M

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