Online Video Legal News Update
Recent Headlines in the Nascent World of Online Video Legal Issues.
UFC sues British man over online streaming of events: Las Vegas Sun – Lawsuit alleges defendant will similarly offer an unauthorized ‘live streaming’ video of UFC 120 on Oct. 16, the date of the event (in London).
US anti-P2P law firms sue more in 2010 than RIAA ever did: Ars Technica – The clients are charged nothing, instead getting a percentage of whatever revenue the law firm can collect by going after those sharing the film online.
French music industry reaches deal with YouTube: TMCnet – “This deal shows again SACEM’s will to favor legal use of works on the
Internet, in particular on video sharing sites,” SACEM President Bernard Miyet said.
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- French music industry reaches deal with YouTube (ctv.ca)
- YouTube Strikes Pay Deal in France (online.wsj.com)
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