Automated Metadata Scrubbing Does Not Violate CMI Provisions of the DMCA

August 3, 2016


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In Stevens v. CoreLogic, Inc., the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California examined § 1202 of the Copyright Act, a part of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act protecting the integrity of copyright management information (“CMI”), and held that unintentional removal of metadata embedded in a photograph does not violate the statute.  Read the entire article here