Hofstra Law Review


Leron Solomon


The article discusses America's fair use copyright doctrine and the nation's Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) in relation to the problems that are associated with the use of the Content ID automated digital fingerprinting system to regulateuser-generated Internet content on video-sharing services such as YouTube. The legal liability of Internet service providers for copyright infringement by website users is examined, along with the flagging of non-infringing videos.



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