Professor Annemarie Bridy was quoted today in a Vox article on BMG v. Cox, a case filed on November 26 involving the "repeat infringer" provision of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). As a condition for safe harbor from secondary liability for users' copyright infringements, the DMCA requires ISPs to adopt and reasonably implement a policy for terminating the accounts of repeat infringers in appropriate circumstances. The statute, however, does not define what a repeat infringer is, nor is it specific about what are appropriate circumstances for termination. The case law interpreting the provision is sparse and involves online providers that host user content. Cox, by contrast, is a broadband access provider. BMG alleges in its lawsuit that Cox has failed to fulfull its obligations under the statute and should therefore be excluded from the safe harbor. You can read the article here.