Which side of this debate do you support?
Is it possible to strike an appropriate balance between the rights of both groups on this issue?
In the case of Universal City Studios, Inc. v. Corley, 273 F.3d 429 (2d Cir. 2001) I
would have to support Universal Studios Inc. because of the simple fact that if they allow
purchaser of the movies, music and books in digital form to make copies of their product.
Then the purchasers can use the copies for whatever they want and then Universal Studios Inc.
will lose money due to the copies for their product. I think that Eric Corley infringed on the
Copyright Act and Patent infringement right of Universal studios, not to mention Eric Corley
counterfeited goods by coping the DVDs and posted on a website6 .Eric Corey did not get the
proper licensing to post the product on his website so therefore he is in the wrong by doing so.
No, I do not think a there can be balance between these two groups, because if Universal
Studios gives in to Eric Corley they will lose their rights and money. Eric Corley needed to go
through the proper channel to obtain licensing to be able to put Universal Studios product on