Williams: The Second Circuit Serves up Some Knowledge in Viacom v. YouTube

2014 New England Law Review v. 48 | 657

Williams: The Second Circuit Serves up Some Knowledge in Viacom v. YouTube

Robert J. Williams

48 New Eng. L. Rev. 657 (2014)

One thought on “Williams: The Second Circuit Serves up Some Knowledge in Viacom v. YouTube

  1. I’m going to be pedantic and complain because Mr. Williams miscited my article. Note that this is truly the most insignificant of issues and no reasonable person would care or complain. Luckily, I am not always a reasonable person.

    Note 99 of the above article reads: “But see Hormann, supra note 97, at 1348 (“[T]he DMCA safe harbor provisions has [sic] shown a clear pattern of deference to the online service providers.”).” The use of [sic] implies that I made a grammatical error in the original sentence. However, the diligent cite-checker will notice that the full quote from my article reads as follows: “The case law interpreting the DMCA safe harbor provisions has shown a clear pattern of deference to the online service providers.” Note that in its original form, the sentence is grammatically correct and does not require the use of [sic].

    Please ensure that Mr. Robert J. so-called Williams is appropriately reprimanded or scolded or something. Don’t let him blame it on the editorial board, even if it really is their fault. But I’m fairly certain that no one will ever actually read this comment, but whatever.

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