No “safe harbor” for anonymous free speech.

Threat Level explains the $105 “safe harbor” solution that corporate personhood thingys like YouTube use to be able to host infringing content1, yet avoid copyright trolls like Righthaven.

Of course, to exploit said safe harbor you’ll have to 1) Pay the fee; and 2) register with the government.

1When you think about it, the DMCA is the entire business model that got YouTube kick-started in the first place. It’s a website that couldn’t even exist except for the unintended consequences of what at it’s core was meant to be an anti-reverse engineering non-competing gift from congress to large corporations.

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