The State of Information Technology Law - 2011: Copyright Preemption and Copyright Standing

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X. COPYRIGHTS/PREEMPTION

A. CASE LAW

1. U.S. District Courts

a. Cvent Inc. v. Eventbrite Inc. 80 BNA’s PTCJ 734

The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia ruled on September 15, 2010 that “scrapping” of website data by competitor does not support computer crimes claim.

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