When the Internet, Intellectual Property and Campaigns Collide

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  • When the Internet, Intellectual Property and Campaigns Collide

    1. 1. ern et, the Int Wh en pe rty al Pro telle ctu ollide In ign sC am pa &CCopyright 2011. Gagnier Margossian LLP. All rights reserved.
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    3. 3. Ori ginsWhen the Dean campaign launched the first“online organizing” efforts, the impact and challengeof the Internet in the campaign space had not yet beenimagined.
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    6. 6. ’ 08/ ’10 ycl es: ctio nC IP Ele and aig nsCamp
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    8. 8. 10 iC ycles ’ 08/’ Or aCopyright and DMCA Takedown Notices ✓ Digital Millennium Copyright Act ✓ Platform providers benefit from a safe harbor. ✓ Essentially, they get a takedown notice and, literally, take it down. ✓ But not always...
    9. 9. 10 iC ycles’ 08/’ Or a
    10. 10. 10 iC ycles ’ 08/’ Or aCritical Question:Who owns what when it comes to a campaign?
    11. 11. 10 iC ycles ’ 08/’ Or aFair Use ✓ What is the character of the use? ✓ What is the nature of the work to be used? ✓ How much of the work will you use? ✓ What effect would this use have on the market?
    12. 12. 10 iC ycles ’ 08/’ Or aTrademark Issues ✓ Domain Name Acquisition ✓ Domain Name Litigation ✓ What’s in a name?
    13. 13. 10 iC ycles ’ 08/’ Or aUser Generated Content and Section 230 ✓ Communications Decency Act ✓ Insulates platform providers from liability from defamatory posts by users as well as other content that may subject the provider to legal concerns. ✓ In a campaign context, exercising editorial capacity can be an issue on a website.
    14. 14. Cyc le: Election2 0 12 Iss ues erg ing Em
    15. 15. 2 rC ycle 201O iaRule #1 of the Internet:Be careful about deciding where and when to be ajerk.This is the “Coco” lesson.
    16. 16. 2 rC ycle 201O iaSocial Networks ✓ Spoof profiles ✓ Verifying identity ✓ Removing “unofficial profiles”
    17. 17. 2 rC ycle 201O iaBig Data Movement & Privacy ✓ Reuse of Campaign Lists ✓ Political Phishing
    18. 18. 2 rC ycle 201O iaMobile Fundraising ✓ FEC determination ✓ Funds coming back from provider companies to campaigns too slowly ✓ Cross platform issues ✓ Collecting the right kind of data to meet reporting requirements ✓ Ensuring caps are not exceeded
    19. 19. 2 rC ycle 201O iaLast, but not least... The “Sarah Palin Question”
    20. 20. act Us Co nt om llp.c gama agnie r [at] amal lp.com g ssian [at] g m argo @ga mallpCopyright 2011. Gagnier Margossian LLP. All rights reserved.

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