(c) Other rights, etc., not affected
Subsection (c) sets forth several provisions clarifying the scope of Section 102. Section 102(c)(1) provides that Section 102 shall not have any effect on rights, remedies, limitations, or defenses to copyright infringement, including fair use, under Title 17. Section 102(c)(2) provides that Section 102 shall not alter the existing doctrines of contributory or vicarious liability for copyright infringement in connection with any technology, product, service, device, component or part thereof. Section 102(c)(3) clarifies that nothing in Section 102 creates an affirmative mandate requiring manufacturers of consumer electronics, telecommunications, and computing products to design their products or their parts and components to affirmatively respond to any particular technological protection measure employed to protect a copyrighted work. . . .