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Transcript of DMCA
of 1998 Kelsey Boyce, Renee Sedlacek,
& Tony Smith Timeline 1790
Copyright Act of 1790 1790
Copyright Act of 1790 1831
Revision of the Copyright Act 1834-1870
Several famous court cases that lead to the revision of 1870 1886
Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works 1891
International Copyright Treaty Signed 1909
Revision of the U.S. Copyright Act 1971
IBM released the 8-inch floppy disk 1976
Revision of the U.S. Copyright Act 1976
"Agreement on Guidelines for Classroom Copying in Not-for-Profit Educational Institutions with Respect to Books and Periodicals" is adopted 1976
CONTU Process passed 1978-1995
File Sharing software in development 1984
Sony Corp. of America v. Universal City Studios, Inc 1990
World Wide Web formally proposed by Tim Berners-Lee and Robert Cailliau 1992
Don’t Copy That Floppy 1997 1998 Mp3.com and AudioGalaxy established mp3.com established as a search engine for unsigned artists. Winamp audio player released DMCA passed 1999
My.Mp3.com allowed users to stream their own files 2001 Kaaza released for Mac users Napster sued by recording companies 2002
Audioglaxy officially shut down by Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA)
Limewire finally shut down 2012
United States Department of Justice shut down the popular domain of Megaupload Digital Millennium Copyright Act DMCA
The digital revolution
Liability, liability, liability
Safe harbor requirements
Take down notices
Elektra Entertainment Group Inc. vs. Does 1-9
DMCA and the First Amendment Piracy
Fair Use Act Under Copy Right Act of 1790 Higher Education Opportunity Act HEOA
Signed in to law Aug 14, 2008
Alternative Technologies UNI policy
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