Internet Cases Podcast #25


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This episode is the return of the Internet Cases Podcast after a one year sabbatical. I talk about the practicalities of video-sharing sites’ use of “fingerprinting software” to filter out content that may infringe copyright. A mechanism to automatically filter out infringing content would, naturally, cut down on the number of infringing works online and would alleviate the burden of video-sharing sites in complying with massive DMCA takedown notices.

Thanks to Kris Smith for the new audio equipment.

Room 214 is doing some great things with podcasting.

Thanks to Blandy who created the music you hear in the show, and who made it available under a Creative Commons license.