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Author Drops Copyright Case Against Scribd Filter

July 21st, 2010 07:11 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

natehoy writes “Apparently, monitoring for copyright violations is not in itself a copyright violation, lawyers for Elaine Scott decided. As a result, they have dropped the lawsuit against Scribd, who was being simultaneously sued for allowing copies of Scott’s work to be published, and retaining an unlicensed copy of the work in their filtering software to try and prevent future copyright violations.”

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