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Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

Judge: Vague IP-Address Evidence is Not Enough to Expose BitTorrent 'Pirates' - Torrent... - 1 views

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    " By Ernesto on October 4, 2016 C: 47 News A California federal court has thrown up a roadblock for filmmakers who want to obtain the personal details of an alleged BitTorrent pirate. The judge refused to issue a subpoena, twice, because it's not clear if the rightsholder obtained the geolocation details at the time of the infringement or after the fact."
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

The Evidence Is In: Patent Trolls Do Hurt Innovation - James Bessen - Harvard Business ... - 0 views

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    "by James Bessen | 10:00 AM July 25, 2014 Comments (12) Over the last two years, much has been written about patent trolls, firms that make their money asserting patents against other companies, but do not make a useful product of their own. Both the White House and Congressional leaders have called for patent reform to fix the underlying problems that give rise to patent troll lawsuits. "
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    "by James Bessen | 10:00 AM July 25, 2014 Comments (12) Over the last two years, much has been written about patent trolls, firms that make their money asserting patents against other companies, but do not make a useful product of their own. Both the White House and Congressional leaders have called for patent reform to fix the underlying problems that give rise to patent troll lawsuits. "
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

Piracy Isn't Killing The Entertainment Industry, Scholars Show | TorrentFreak - 1 views

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    [... According to the report there is ample evidence that file-sharing is helping, rather than hurting the creative industries. (...) ... This means expanding fair use and private copying exceptions for citizens, while targeting enforcement on businesses rather than individuals.]
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

MPAA Executive Tampered With IFPI Evidence in Internet Piracy Case | TorrentFreak - 2 views

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    [Earlier this month Finland's largest ever Internet piracy case ended with four men being found guilty of copyright infringement and two being exonerated. The case involved a so-called 'topsite' called Angel Falls and had an interesting twist. During the trial it was revealed that evidence gathered by a local anti-piracy group and the IFPI was also handed to a "senior MPAA executive" who tampered with the evidence before handing it to the police. ...]
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