Don't you hate it when you ask someone a question, but, rather than answering it, they choose to answer a different one? Then you understand the frustration tech lawyers feel in the wake of the Supreme Court's opinion in Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. v. Grokster Ltd., says the Electronic Frontier Foundation's Fred von Lohmann. Asked to clarify the reach of copyright law's existing secondary liability doctrines, the Court instead announced a new doctrine for copyright: inducement.
Special to Law.com
July 25, 2005
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