The Briefing – Can Copyrighted Music Keep Vids of Police Encounters Off The Internet?
In this week’s episode of the Briefing by the IP Law Blog, Scott Hervey and Josh Escovedo discuss recent news stories reporting that police officers played copyrighted music during filmed encounters, ostensibly to keep the videos from being uploaded to the Internet. Scott and Josh discuss how copyright law, the DMCA, and fair use apply to this tactic.
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Scott’s article on this topic can be read here.
Case discussed: Lenz v. Universal Music Group