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License to a View: Second Circuit Finds No Direct Infringement of Reproduction or Public Performance Rights by Digital Video Recording Service

abstract Case Note on Second Circuit case Cartoon Networks LP v. CSC Holdings, 536 F.3d 121 (2d Cir. 2008), petition for cert. filed, No. 08-448 (filed Oct. 6, 2008). The Second Circuit reversed the decision of the SDNY, finding that the operation of a digital video recording service proposed by a cable company would not represent direct copyright infringement of the plaintiffs' reproduction or public performance rights in their television programs.
   
type journal paper
   
keywords copyright, DVR, digital video recording service, reproduction rights, public performance rights, cable television
   
language English
kind of paper adjudication review
date of appearance 19-1-2009
journal Bright Ideas
publisher New York State Bar Association (www.nysba.org) (Albany, New York)
ISSN 1530-3934
ISSN (online) 1933-8392
volume of journal 2008 (17)
number of issue 3
page(s) 15-26
review internal review
   
citation Thurman, J. (2009). License to a View: Second Circuit Finds No Direct Infringement of Reproduction or Public Performance Rights by Digital Video Recording Service. Bright Ideas, 2008 (17)(3), 15-26.