r81984Fair and BalancedPremiumReviews:
|reply to espaeth |
Re: Shame on the ISP's
This is really sad.
You keep confusing web hosting with
transmitting, routing, or providing connections (including temp storage during transmission)
(a) Transitory Digital Network Communications.
Section A covers and ISP from all liability - for "transmitting, routing, or providing connections "
(c) Information Residing on Systems or Networks At Direction of Users
Section C covers "for infringement of copyright by reason of the storage"
Section C clearly states "Residing", not "transmitting, routing, or providing connections".
If a users places content on an ISPs network somewhere like in remote email, web hosting, backup space, file servers the ISP needs to forward a takedown letter for protection as stated in section C.
If an ISP just provides a connection from the customer's network to the internet and transmits and receives the customers content they are 100% protected as stated in section A.
The words are pretty clear and distinct, I do not understand what is so damn confusing about this.
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