July 14, 2005
Internet Archive Party to Copyright Lawsuit
From the New York Times:
In preparing its client's defense in a trademark case, Harding Earley Follmer & Frailey used the Internet Archive's Wayback Machine to turn up old Web pages - some dating to 1999 - originally posted by the plaintiff. Last week, the plaintiff sued both the Harding Earley firm and the Internet Archive, saying the access to its old Web pages, stored in the Internet Archive's database, was unauthorized and illegal.
The lawsuit, filed in Federal District Court in Philadelphia, seeks unspecified damages for copyright infringement and violations of two federal laws: the Digital Millennium Copyright Act and the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.
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I'm sorry, but is there more info on the way?
Posted by: Legal Stuff | Aug 26, 2005 2:49:39 PM