Day: February 1, 2010

The costs and benefits of graduated response in copyright enforcementThe costs and benefits of graduated response in copyright enforcement



There recently has been a debate over the economic costs and benefits behind graduated response systems aimed at reducing online file sharing. Professor Geist, for example, recently posted a blog estimating the costs of a graduated response system. I believe the topic of the costs and benefits of graduated response mechanisms is an important one. Let us take a closer look at this topic and the assertion that graduated response cannot be justified because of its costs.

Until now, the roll-out of the Internet, which has contributed to the mass consumption of digital equipment at the end-user level, has ensured that digital information is the universal means through which the whole planet can easily communicate.

Computer & Internet Law Updates for 2010-02-01Computer & Internet Law Updates for 2010-02-01