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The ‘secret path’ of Grokster and Corley: avoiding liability for copyright infringement

Communications Law

Edited by:
Dr Peter Coe
Bloomsbury Publishing plc
Publication Date:
January 2024
(2005) Vol 10, No 5 Introduction ‘Commercially significant non-infringing use’ Have the courts noted this problem? How are the courts making the problem worse? The rise of decentralised P2P networks Does this imply a restrictive attitude to new technologies? Side effects of decentralising the provision of P2P software Issues of investment The doctrine of ‘fair use’ The ability to create copies under the Supreme Court’s judgment in Grokster The rationale of the ‘secret path’ The new uses of P2P technologies Conclusion ...

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