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Mavrix’s Misguided Guidelines: An Offense Against the DMCA Safe Harbor Defense

I am incredibly proud to announce that my article Mavrix’s Misguided Guidelines: An Offense Against the DMCA Safe Harbor Defense has been published in the Journal of Technology Law and Policy. This case comment was a labor of love for almost a year on a topic that I am deeply interested in – online copyright infringement. In the article, I argue that the Ninth Circuit’s guidelines for determining whether a website may seek limited liability in the Digital Millennium Copyright Act’s safe harbors are too stringent and prevent worthy websites from the protection they so desperately need to foster a strong online marketplace for speech and trade. I hope you all enjoy my argument, and I would love to hear your opinions about not only my article but also about how we choose to enforce copyright laws on the internet.

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