December 2015, a Virginia federal jury dominated that Web supplier Cox Communications was answerable for the copyright infringements of its subscribers. The ISP was discovered responsible of willful contributory copyright infringement and ordered to pay music writer BMG Rights Administration $25 millioner i erstatning. Cox swiftly filed its appeal arguing that the district courtroom made… Læs Mere »
Can an Web supplier be held accountable for subscribers who share pirated information? Sikker, a Virginia federal jury ruled two years ago. Internet supplier Windstream is among the many firms which can be anxious in regards to the fallout. Med 1.1 million subscribers nationwide, it is seemingly one among the bigger Web suppliers in the… Læs Mere »
Anti-piratkopiering tøj rightscorp er blandt de mange virksomheder at gøre et forsøg på at vise, web piratkopiering i promatch. Virksomhedens har en markant ny metode, dog er problemet at balancere bøger. primært, rightscorp fungerer som forskellige såkaldte copyright-trolling operationer, i og med, at skærme de påståede gerningsmænd på bittorrent netværk, spor dem til deres internetudbydere, så gør en... Læs Mere »
Music rights group BMG says that Internet providers RCN and Windstream should not be allowed to obtain a declaratory judgment on their potential liability for pirating subscribers. According to BMG, the providers are improperly trying immunize themselves, hiding behind the DMCA’s safe harbor.
Internet provider Cox Communications maintains that it’s not responsible for copyright infringements carried out by its subscribers. The company has announced that it will appeal the $25 million damages verdict in its case against music publisher BMG.