Impacts of indirect liability regulation of intermediaries of copyright-infringing content on the internet

Impacts of indirect liability regulation of intermediaries of copyright-infringing content on the internet

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Ana María Pineda Cely


Los Intermediarios de Servicios de Internet juegan un papel esencial en la discusión entre la libertad de expresión, la innovación4 y el crecimiento económico en el entorno digital5. En el ámbito de la política de Propiedad Intelectual, la regulación sobre la responsabilidad indirecta que asumen los intermediarios se enfrenta al desafío lograr preservar el interés de los titulares de los derechos de autor, pero también promover la accesibilidad a los recursos digitales. En este análisis, dos aspectos merecen especial atención. El riesgo al que se enfrentan los intermediarios como consecuencia de la fragmentación legal y las medidas legales que pueden limitar libertades en el entorno digital.

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