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Re: Don't Cache that check
- From: J. Oquendo
- Date: Wed Sep 21 15:40:20 2005
On Wed, 21 Sep 2005, Douglas Dever wrote:
> It will have zero impact on people running caching servers...
> Please see points 2 through 5 in the nature of the action.
> Specifically, "Google knew or should have known... to obtain
> authorization from the holders of the copyrights in these literary
> works before creating and reproducing digital copies of the Works for
> its own commercial use..."
> Somewhere, there's a shepard listening for your cries of "Wolf..."
Shouldn't a provider know their cache servers are "STORING" copyrights.
Definitions of Cache Server on the Web:
A cache server (sometimes called a cache engine) is a server relatively
close to Internet users and typically within a business enterprise that
saves (caches) Web pages and possibly FTP and other files that all server
users have requested so that successive requests for these pages or files
can be satisfied by the cache server rather than requiring the user of the
Internet. A cache server not only serves its users by getting information
more quickly but also reduces Internet traffic.
Again, you run an ISP. You run a cache server that stores something for
easier retrieval from your end users. You should be following the law.
Supposing some of your users paid for the right to access BookB so your
cache server decided to cache it for quicker loading:
Somehow someone else along the `net` gets ahold of that cache's URL and
reposts it to say a forum. Your ISP is now acting as a proxy to distribute
(unbeknownst to the author) that book. How does that differ." Ignorance is
no excuse" either way you cut it a law is being broken. So again I ask,
how can this law apply to ISP's and those in the "networking" arena that
serve content via cache servers.
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