Posts Tagged ‘ Digital Millenium Copyright Act ’

Colette Vogele Interview: Legal Info For Podcasters and New Media Creators

Apr 7th, 2009 | By | Category: New Media Organizations, Podcasting, Podcasting Law

The latest episode of the “Get the Download” podcast features a discussion with attorney Colette Vogele, one of the authors of the Creative Commons Podcasting Legal Guide. Interviewed by Volo Media‘s Jeff Karnes, Vogele discusses intellectual property law, including copyright, trademark, and privacy, and how it relates to new media and podcasting. Colette also addresses […]

Apple Says iPhone Jailbreaking is Illegal

Feb 13th, 2009 | By | Category: Citizen Media, iPhone, Podcasting Law

Digital civil liberties organization the Electronic Frontier Foundation is reporting that Apple is arguing that “jailbreaking an iPhone constitutes copyright infringement and a DMCA [digital millenium copyright act] violation.” These comments from Apple were filed with the U.S. Copyright Office in conjunction with the 2009 DMCA review, which happens every three years. EFF says that […]

Apple Using DMCA To Limit What iPod Users Can Do

Nov 27th, 2008 | By | Category: iPods & Portable Media Players

The Electronic Frontier Foundation reports that Apple appears to be using the Digital Millenium Copyright Act (DMCA) to limit what iPod owners can do with their portable media players: At the heart of this is the iTunesDB file, the index that the iPod operating system uses to keep track of what playable media is on […]