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The Rebranding Of SOPA: Now Called 'Notice And Staydown'

SOPA keeps coming back -- under new, misleading names, of course.
The Rebranding Of SOPA: Now Called 'Notice And Staydown'

Via Techdirt:

On Thursday morning, the House Judiciary Committee held its latest in a long series of hearings concerning potential copyright reform -- sometimes referred to as "the Next Great Copyright Act" after the Copyright Office kicked off the process with a talk on that topic (I'd quibble with the word "great" in there given how things are going so far). The latest hearing focused on Section 512 of the DMCA, better known as the "notice and takedown" provisions, or, more broadly, as the "safe harbor" provisions, which (mostly) protect service providers from being held liable for infringement done by t...

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