ISP disputes music publishers ownership of copyright. WARNER BROS v. CHARTER
A copyright is a set of exclusive rights granted to the creator of a new artistic expression. In the United States an artist is granted a copyright when the artist fixes their work in a
The Digital Millennium Copyright Act was intended to solve problems created by new technology. The copyright law of the United States was adopted before inventions such as computers and the internet were common household technology.
In 1998 the United States pass the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). The DMCA implemented a number of laws that synchronized United States Copyright law with World Intellectual Property Organization Treaty requirements. One of the