Technology and Copyrights
By MortazaviBlog on Mar 22, 2005
Another example of the conflict between what technology has enabled and what current copyright laws demand, the Kazaa case, unfolds before the courts. (The Washington Post report of it requires a simple registration: "Closing Arguments Begin in Kazaa Trial".)
At issue is not whether current copy right laws make sense. At issue is whether Sharman Networks (makers of Kazaa) and its directors should be declared liable for "copyright breach and loss of earnings in the civil case".