06 Jul '11, 3am

Law Professors: PROTECT IP Will “Make it Difficult For Online Advertisers To Do Business on the Web

According to several stories out today a group law professors has come strongly out against the PROTECT IP bill, saying that the pending Senate bill “could make it difficult for online advertisers and credit card companies to continue doing business on the Web” The Protect IP Act provides for court orders forcing Google, Bing and other search engines to stop returning certain results. In addition, the proposed law would require credit-card companies and advertisers to stop doing business with sites that content owners allege are dedicated to infringement. The letter was drafted by professors Mark Lemley of Stanford, David Levine of Elon and David Post of Temple. and has so far drawn signatures by more than 90 law professors. “Giving this enormous new power not just to the government but to any copyright and trademark owner would not only disrupt the operations of the alleg...

Full article: http://www.thedomains.com/2011/07/05/law-professors-prote...

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