#152 Paywall "Blackmail"
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#152 Paywall “Blackmail”
If you share paywalled content, does that constitute copyright infringement?
September 26, 2016

If you share paywalled content, does that constitute copyright infringement? Do online publications have the right to sue individuals who share their articles? Michael Geist is a law professor and expert in internet and e-commerce law.

Michael Geist’s Twitter: @MGeist

 

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