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Re: [dvd-discuss] adobe DMCA letters
- To: free-sklyarov(at)zork.net, dvd-discuss(at)lweb.law.harvard.edu
- Subject: Re: [dvd-discuss] adobe DMCA letters
- From: Seth David Schoen <schoen(at)loyalty.org>
- Date: Fri, 21 Dec 2001 12:04:26 -0800
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(cross-posting between free-sklyarov and dvd-discuss is probably not a
> through channels I won't disclose, I learned about this interesting
> email that are sent to ISPs in the name of adobe:
> DMCA Letter
> Dear Sirs:
> Adobe Systems Inc. has authorized BayTSP.com to act as its agent for
> copyright infringement notification. The spidering of the peer-to-peer
> networks has detected infringement(s) originating from your customer's
> IP address, as detailed in the attached report.
> Therefore, this letter is an official notification under provisions of
> section 512(c) of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to effect removal of
> the detected infringement(s) listed in the attached report and to have this
> customer refrain from trading our client's copyrighted works in the future.
> The Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works, the
> Universal Copyright Convention, as well as bilateral treaties with other
> countries allow for protection of our client's copyrighted works even beyond
> US borders.
> The attached documentation specifies the IP address of the source of the
> infringement. The Bay File ID identifies the copyrighted works by title. We
> hereby demand that your customer immediately remove the offending material
> in an expeditious manner, as specified in the copyright laws, and refrain
> from infringing on our client's copyrighted materials in the future.
> BayTSP has a good faith belief that use of the material in the manner
> complained of in the attached report is not authorized by Adobe Systems
> Inc., its agent, or the law. The information provided herein is accurate
> to the best of our knowledge.
> BayTSP hereby swears under penalty of perjury that BayTSP is authorized to
> act on behalf of Adobe Systems Inc. for matters pertaining to notification
> of infringements of its exclusive rights in its copyrighted material.
> Please send us a prompt response indicating the actions you have taken to
> resolve this matter. Please reference BayTSP Notification ID in your
> Bill Attinger, CEO
> 3150 Almaden Expressway Suit 234
> San Jose, CA 95118
> (408) 979-7900
> ----- End forwarded message -----
> interesting tidbits:
> - Adobe still believes strongly in the DMCA
This is a 512 notification, not 1201. It's a notification of an
allegation of _actual copyright infringement_, not of providing
circumvention tools. Although section 512 is imperfect, it isn't a
travesty like 1201; it's the lesser-known part of the DMCA, which
has nothing to do with DRM.
If Geeks Wrote The DMCA: The section after 512 would be called "1024".
Seth David Schoen <firstname.lastname@example.org> | Its really terrible when FBI arrested
Temp. http://www.loyalty.org/~schoen/ | hacker, who visited USA with peacefull
down: http://www.loyalty.org/ (CAF) | mission -- to share his knowledge with
http://www.freesklyarov.org/ | american nation. (Ilya V. Vasilyev)