Copyright infringement (The Role of Internet Intermediaries in Advancing Public Policy Objectives)

This case study reviews voluntary agreements between Internet intermediaries and rights holders and indirect liability regimes for copyright infringement in selected countries. It examines "notice and take-down" and "notice and notice" arrangements and legal requirements or agreements for intermediaries to take deterrent measures against repeat infringers ("graduated response"). Some proposals related to filtering and site blocking are also reviewed. It concludes with some of the lessons learned in this area.
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