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  • isoc-ny 2:28 pm on December 7, 2009 Permalink | Reply
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    “As it made clear previously, the Court was prepared to consider a more expansive fair use argument than other courts have credited—perhaps one supported by facts specific to this individual and this unique period of rapid technological change. For example, file sharing for the purposes of sampling music prior to purchase or space-shifting to store purchased music more efficiently might offer a compelling case for fair use. Likewise, a defendant who used the new file-sharing networks in the technological interregnum before digital media could be purchased legally, but who later shifted to paid outlets, might also be able to rely on the defense.” via How Team Tenenbaum missed a chance to shape P2P fair use law.
     
  • isoc-ny 3:20 am on December 3, 2009 Permalink | Reply
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    Testing quote: Victor Forsyuk, domain administrator ORG.UA considers a re-issue domain far-fetched. “I’ve always wondered – where did this idea that ICANN might have something to take away, give … Just yesterday, the words were published by the representative of ICANN in the countries of the CIS Veni Markovski Ushitsu statement refuting the alleged support of ICANN of their claims to the domain: “ICANN has no right to maintain an organization. ICANN is concerned that the Internet (DNS) has worked.” More worries me is how these people are manipulating the facts, declaring non-existent support ICAAN, and Ushitsu – for support of their second initiative, the domain. RBM, numerous Internet community “, – he said in an interview

    http://translate.google.com/translate?js=y&prev=_t&hl=en&ie=UTF-8&u=http://utro.ua/ru/zhizn/ukrainskiy_domen_v_tsentre_skandala1259764838&sl=ru&tl=en&swap=1
     
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