[Foundation-l] Texas Instruments signing key controversy
saintonge at telus.net
Sat Mar 6 23:43:02 UTC 2010
> Unfortunately, the WMF got involved the moment when they removed the keys, also the DMCA notice (or any other notice)
> is given to the person or organization that runs the website. It is not given to the user who posted the content as they can't
> remove content after it has been published. Since the WMF got the notice, it is their responsibility to file a counternotice or not.
No. This is why such notices should be a matter of public record. An
ISP who disagrees with a notice can simply leave the material there and
wait to be sued without waiting for a counter-notice. It has the right
to do so; this is far different from an obligation to do so as you seem
to be suggesting.
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