In this issue:

- How Capitol Records v. Vimeo Shapes the Content Stream

- Internet Platform Held Liable for Counterfeit Sales – Hope for Brand Owners

- Daily Journal quotes Greg Sater on native advertising

- Think You Aren't Your Online Affiliates' Keeper? Think Again

- Announcements And Reminders

- Excerpt from How Capitol Records v. Vimeo Shapes the Content Stream:

Capitol Records v. Vimeo in the Southern District of New York highlights some of the challenges that streaming media services face as the body of case law develops regarding Digital Millennium Copyright Act safe harbor protection. Although courts are refining the law, many of the standards employed remain vague, and therefore, dangerous and potentially costly, say Pierce and Farley.

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Topics:  Advertising, Affiliates, Brand, Capitol Records, Copyright, Counterfeiting, DMCA, Internet, Trademarks, Vimeo

Published In: Art, Entertainment & Sports Updates, Communications & Media Updates, Intellectual Property Updates, Science, Computers & Technology Updates

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