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Copyright Infringement – Will DMCA Coupon Case Be Dismissed?

By September 24, 2007June 28th, 2017Internet Lawyer

John Stottlemire has just struck back in the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) infringement case filed against him by Coupons, Inc. (coupons.com). Stottlemire is seeking dismissal of the case for failure to state a claim upon which relief can be granted or summary judgment in the alternative. He’s also seeking Rule 11 sanctions against the other side.

You can read more about the case in my prior post: DMCA Infringement By Deleting Files On Your Computer?

The personal attacks one sees on Stottlemire are irrelevant.

The point that needs to be repeatedly made is that the DMCA is bad law, paid for with campaign contributions, and should be repealed immediately.

Stop RIAA. Stop MPAA. Stop the Inquisition.

Mike Young, Esq.

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