"The legal dispute decided Wednesday centers on a rarely used
clause in the DMCA -- originally approved by Congress in 1998 --
allowing victims of meritless takedown notices to seek damages, in
a bid to deter false notices and breaches of First Amendment
speech. It is usually used when somebody issues a takedown notice
and misrepresents ownership of the copyright."
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