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The allegations with respect to employees are limited to one paragraph alleging that Defendant engaged in a “pattern of deliberate corporate raiding of employees, up to and including entire business teams to leave LivePerson for employment with 24/7.” FAC ¶ 84. This does not establish the “wrongful means” required to make this claim. Under Rule 12(b)(6), “a complaint must contain sufficient factual matter, accepted as true, to `state a claim to relief that is plausible on its face.'” Ashcroft v. Iqbal, 556 U.S. Though the court must accept the factual allegations of a complaint as true, it is “not bound to accept as true a legal conclusion couched as a factual allegation.” Iqbal, 556 U.S. Opp’n 6. However, the FAC does not specify time of infringement, nor can a period of infringement fairly be implied from the various allegations in the FAC and its exhibits. Opp’n 8, the complaints explicitly referenced a password, encryption system, software protocol, validation key, or some other measure designed to thwart unauthorized access to a protected work. FAC S 42. Without specifying the technological measure, the FAC does not provide Defendant with adequate notice of the claim, i.e., information upon which to determine whether the measure “effectively controls access to a work” within the meaning of the DMCA.

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Compare Carell v. Shubert Org., Inc., 104 F.Supp.2d 236, 251 (S.D.N.Y. 7 (S.D.N.Y. Jan. 30, 2013) (Carter, J.) (narrow approach), Univ. CMA ¶ 2.4. The CMA permitted each party to co-market the other party’s products and services to certain third parties, but each party reserved the right to “sell, license, support and install its own products and services either directly to customers or indirectly” through various distribution channels. CMA ¶ 2.1. The parties acknowledged the CMA did not grant a party the rights to the other party’s intellectual property beyond the limited license granted in the agreement. Plaintiff contends that the FAC’s allegations, taken together, are fairly read as alleging that the period of infringement was “between 2006 when the parties began their contractual relationship and May 2014 when LivePerson filed the FAC.” Pl.’s Mem. While the FAC clearly alleges that the parties’ contractual relationship began in 2006, this allegation does not place Defendant on notice that the alleged copyright infringement started then as well. MSA and Co-Marketing Agreement put strict protections in place to prevent 24/7 from using its access to LivePerson’s intellectual property for any purpose other than the mutually beneficial activities of the parties.