Streaming Cache Reproduction Law and Legal Definition

According to 37 CFR 385.11 [Title 37 Patents, Trademarks, and Copyrights; Chapter III Copyright Royalty Board, Library of Congress; Subchapter E Rates and Terms for Statutory Licenses; Part 385 Rates and Terms for Use of Musical Works Under Compulsory License for Making and Distributing of Physical and Digital Phonorecords; Subpart B Interactive Streaming, Other Incidental Digital Phonorecord Deliveries and Limited Downloads], streaming cache reproduction means a reproduction of a sound recording of a musical work made on a computer or other receiving device by a service solely for the purpose of permitting an end user who has previously received a stream of such sound recording to play such sound recording again from local storage on such computer or other device rather than by means of a transmission; provided that the user is only able to do so while maintaining a live network connection to the service, and such reproduction is encrypted or otherwise protected consistent with prevailing industry standards to prevent it from being played in any other manner or on any device other than the computer or other device on which it was originally made.