Professor Annemarie Bridy was recently quoted in a article on BMG v. Cox, a copyright case in which the defendant, a major telecommunications provider, unsuccessfully asserted the safe harbors of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) in an attempt to shield itself from claims of secondary liability for its customers' direct infringements through peer-to-peer file sharing applications. The article is here. Professor Bridy's commentary on the case for the Stanford CIS blog is here.