What is the INDUCE Act?

Whoever intentionally induces any violation identified in subsection (a) of this section shall be liable as an infringer.

In subsection (g), "intentionally induces" means intentionally aids, abets, induces, counsels, or procures, and intent may be shown by acts from which a reasonable person would find intent to induce infringement based upon all relevant information about such acts then reasonably available to the actor, including whether the activity relies on infringement for its commercial viability.

Nothing in this section shall enlarge or diminish the doctrines of vicarious or contributory liability for copyright infringement or require any court to unjustly withhold or impose any secondary liability for copyright infringement.



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Posted: April 16th, 2008
at 10:00am by Koookiecrumbles

Categories: what is?

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  1. This shit is NONSENSE. I can hardly believe it’s even being considered.

    These fools, by the way, are ENEMIES OF NINJAS EVERYWHERE:

    “The bill is sponsored by former Judiciary Chairman Orrin Hatch, a Republican senator from Utah, though it also has support from other Democrats and Republicans, including

    * Patrick Leahy, D-Vermont
    * Bill Frist, R-Tennessee, Senate Majority Leader
    * Lindsey Graham, R-South Carolina
    * Barbara Boxer, D-California”


    16 Apr 08 at 11:55 am


  2. what the hell kinda name is orrin anyway


    16 Apr 08 at 12:08 pm



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