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How do we avoid liability for online IP infringement?


My company wants to set up a website or blog that allows the public to post their own content. How do I make sure we are not held liable for any IP infringements?

The professor We certainly live in interesting times in terms of secondary liability for user-driven content. We have recently seen the YouTube case decided, and the appeal in that case should shed further light on the issue. Similarly, some of these...


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