Robert W. Clarida, a partner at Cowan, Liebowitz & Latman, and Robert J. Bernstein, a practitioner in The Law Office of Robert J. Bernstein, review a recent sharply divided opinion from the Ninth Circuit which addressed the potential liability of third parties for on-line copyright infringements by their users--only this time, the third party was not a location service, such as Napster, but the credit card companies that allow customers to purchase infringing content with their cards.
New York Law Journal
July 20, 2007
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