Second Circuit Paints Digital Cloudscape Favoring Technology Firms' Use of Copyrighted Content

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The emergence of “cloud computing” and the universal digitization of consumer electronic devices, along with the unsettled legal status of the tech- nical implementations of these trends, have given rise to renewed tensions between content owners and the firms that deliver these technologies to consumers. In Cartoon Network LP v. CSC Holdings, Inc. and Cablevi- sion Systems Corp., a major decision involving network digital video recording, the Second Circuit resolved a number of these issues in favor of technology compa- nies, limiting the rights of copyright holders.

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