[mythtv-users] Who needs to worry about copyright? CoreAVC for Linux removed from Google Code

Sarah Katherine Hayes sarah at sarahhayes.is-a-geek.net
Tue May 6 17:37:22 UTC 2008

David Brodbeck wrote:
> Christopher X. Candreva wrote:
>> No, just until the owner of the site fires off the boilerplate 
>> counter-notice saying, under penalty of purgery, that to the best of their 
>> knowledge it does not violate the DMCA.  Then the provider puts it back, and 
>> the two entities go back to dukeing it out.
> Assuming you have an ISP that's willing to go to bat for you, legally.
> Of course, if you have a situation like this and find out your ISP isn't
> prepared to do so, it's probably time to switch ISPs.
Usually by the time you've discovered this... it's a wee bit too late 
though.  Still backups should be a matter of course and hosting 
providers plentiful :)

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