Warner Bros. Defends Anti-Piracy Notices In Hotfile Case

Law360, New York (September 19, 2012, 7:03 PM ET) -- Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. on Tuesday blasted the Electronic Frontier Foundation's amicus curiae brief filed in its copyright case against file-sharing website operator Hotfile Corp., defending its use of automated anti-piracy systems to send take-down notices to Hotfile.

The EFF waded into the case last week, arguing that Warner Bros.' use of automated anti-piracy systems to send take-down notices to Hotfile is inherently unlawful under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.

Warner Bros., along with Disney Enterprises Inc., Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp. and several other media...
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