Protecting Copyright Holders And Potential Infringers

February 28, 2012  |  New York Law Journal

As use of the Internet grows, so too does the prevalence of cyber torts and related litigation. One of the biggest challenges facing potential plaintiffs in these cases often lies in identifying who the defendants are and where they are located. These determinations present distinct if not unique procedural wrinkles and have become something of a proving ground for new approaches to classic problems. This article discusses two recent cases that explore these interesting and important issues.

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