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What is DMCA Safe Harbor Provision?

Published on: 8/11/2014
Topic: Copyright And Plagiarism
The Safe Harbor Provision of DMCA (Digital Millennium Copyright Act) protects the online service providers like ISP, Search engines and content providers like YouTube from Copyright infringement liability, provided they meet specific guidelines defined under Online Copyright Infringement Liability Limitation Act (“OCILLA”), DMCA Title II. The primary objective of Safe Harbor Provision is to protect such service providers who are not directly involved in producing the contents but provide the services to other users for creating contents hence the liability is shifted from the “facilitator” onto “creator”.
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