Safe harbor

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Safe harbor or Safe harbour may refer to:


Film and television[edit]

  • Safe Harbor (TV series), a 1999 television drama starring Gregory Harrison and Rue McClanahan
  • Safe Harbor (film), a 2009 television movie starring Treat Williams and Nancy Travis
  • Safe Harbour (film), a 2007 direct-to-video film directed by Bill Corcoran
  • "The Safe Harbor", an episode of The O.C. television series
  • Safe harbor, the U.S. term for watershed, the time period in a television schedule during which programs with adult content can air

Law and regulations[edit]

  • Safe harbor (law), a provision of a statute or a regulation that reduces or eliminates a party's liability under the law, on the condition that the party performed its actions in good faith or in compliance with defined standards
  • U.S.-EU Safe Harbor is a streamlined process for U.S. companies to comply with the EU Directive 95/46/EC on the protection of personal data
  • DMCA safe harbor, which shields online service providers from liability for facilitating their users' copyright infringement as long as they comply with certain requirements, such as accepting "take down" notices

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