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“‘Safe Harbor’ for the Innocent Infringer in the Digital Age” makes weekly Top 10 D/L list at SSRN

Willamette Law Review, Vol. 50, No. 1, 2013
Widener Law School Legal Studies Research Paper No. 14-04
Abstract: 

WillametteLawRev-CoverThe primary goal of this Article is three-fold:
(1) to explore the role of the innocent infringer archetype historically and in the digital age;
(2) to highlight the tension between customary and generally accepted online uses and copyright law that compromise efficient use of technology and progress of the digital technologies, the Internet, and society at large; and
(3) to offer a legislative fix in the form of safe harbor for direct innocent infringers.
Such an exemption seems not only more efficient but also more just in the online environment where unwitting infringement for the average copyright consumer is far easier than ever to commit, extremely difficult to police, and often causes little, if any, cognizable market harm.
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