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Supr Daily is digitizing milk delivery in India

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MobileIron adding IoT management to its arsenal

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The #DeleteUber campaign returns following sexual harassment allegations at the company

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Now Twitter loses head of entertainment talent and director of finance

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Clinc raises a $6.3M Series A to advance its AI for banking platform

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Music Industry Wants Piracy Filters, No Takedown Whack-a-Mole

Signed into law nearly twenty years ago, the DMCA is one of the best known pieces of Internet related legislation. The law provides a safe harbor for Internet services, shielding them from copyright infringement liability as long as they process takedown notices and deal with repeat infringers. In recent years, however, various parties have complained about shortcomings and abuse of the system. On the one hand, rightsholders believe that the law doesn’t do enough to protect creators, while the opposing side warns of increased censorship and abuse. To address these concerns, the U.S. Copyright Office is currently running an extended public consultation. This week a new round of comments was submitted, including a detailed response from a coalition of music industry groups such as the RIAA, National Music Publishers’ Association, and SoundExchange. When it comes to their views of the DMCA the music groups are very clear: It’s failing. The music groups note that they are currently r..

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