IP Alerts: An Overview for the Copyright Compromises Mini-Conference

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Copyright Compromises, Mini-Conference Presentation, October 12, 2011.  Christopher Newman, Assistant Professor of Law, George Mason University School of Law.

Section 512, four “safe harbors”, conditions for eligibility, protection of privacy, memorandum of understanding, Center for Copyright Information, methodologies, independent expert, copyright alert program, four step sequential framework, review procedure, mitigation.

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