US Center for Copyright Information Lost Its TitleAdded: Wednesday, June 5th, 2013
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It became known that the Center for Copyright Information (CCI) lost not only its company status, but also the right to enforce the so-called “six-strikes” regime. It turned out that the Center for Copyright Information breached state laws and is currently forced to close down its doors, at least for a while.
Established two years ago by the movie and music industries, along with 5 of the most prominent broadband providers of the United States, the CCI was put together with a clear purpose: to educate the public about copyright infringement and enforce the US copyright law.
As you remember, the Copyright Alert System was finally launched by the organization on February 2013 after multiple delays. However, it turned out to have a short life due to some irregularities – recently, the Columbia Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs had to revoke the legal right of the Center for Copyright Information to conduct its business on American soil. The authority explained that if organization’s status is revoked then articles of incorporation / organization shall be void. As a result, all powers conferred upon such entity are declared inoperative, while for a foreign entity the certificate of foreign registration is revoked and all powers conferred hereunder shall be inoperative.
In other words, the Center for Copyright Information is currently facing civil penalties and maybe even fines. In addition, its name is no longer protected by the American laws, so the country should be ready for emerging scammers who may register under the organization’s current name. The most important fact is that the company lost its right to enforce the graduated response system.
The Columbia Department of Consumer and Regulatory explained that if a Washington DC corporation is revoked, its name will be reserved and protected until the end of the current year. However, in 2014, other business entities will be able to use the corporation’s name.
In other words, the CCI could either die completely or run under a different name. However, the industry observers point out that the outfit is much likely to come back. Indeed, the Center for Copyright Information confirmed that the necessary paperwork for the company to take its status back had already been filed.
June 5th,2013Posted by:
Wednesday, June 5th, 2013
|posted by (2013-06-05 14:39:12)|
|ha fooking ha|
|Too Bad So Sad! Center for Copyright what a JOKE!|
|posted by (2013-06-07 22:19:40)|
|Breaching state laws love it ha ha you fnnnn criminals,||
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