In this issue:
- Hotel Operators Receive FTC Warning Letters About Pricing Practices
- FTC and CFPB Tell Mortgage Advertisers to Watch Their Ads
- Differentiation Is Not Just in the Eye of the Marketer
- Twitter Revises Copyright and DCMA Takedown Policy
- Upcoming Events
An excerpt from "Twitter Revises Copyright and DCMA Takedown"
Policy Twitter recently announced an important change to its copyright and Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DCMA) takedown policy, write Venable attorneys Marcella Ballard and Victoria R. Danta in the November edition of Venable’s IP Buzz newsletter. With the change, Twitter has completely altered its process for responding to and resolving copyright infringement claims. According to the company, the change is designed to promote transparency in the resolution process and encourage just and expedient resolutions of valid copyright infringement complaints.
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Topics: Advertising, CFPB, Copyright, DMCA, Infringement, Marketing, Twitter
Published In: Antitrust & Trade Regulation Updates, Communications & Media Updates, Consumer Protection Updates, Intellectual Property Updates, Science, Computers & Technology Updates
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