Universal Music might have to pay for pulling video of a dancing baby off YouTube. A federal judge ruled late Thursday that Stephanie Lenz can get some limited recompense from the music label for ordering YouTube to drop a 29-second video of her son dancing to the music of Universal artist Prince. Lenz still must prove her case before collecting anything. But it appears to be the first answer to the question of how an apparently ill-brought takedown notice should be punished under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.
Universal May Have to Pay the Piper Over Takedown of Dancing Baby
March 1, 2010