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The Courts Piracy Your Rights Online

German Court Rules Rapidshare Is Legal, But Must Adjust Content Policies 73

Posted by timothy
from the some-zwiespältigkeit-with-that? dept.
New submitter loosescrews writes "Online file locker Rapidshare is legal in Germany, but has to adjust its policy regarding infringing content, the Higher Regional Court in Hamburg has ruled. Rapidshare plans to appeal. Rapidshare was sued by the German copyright organization Gema which represents 64.000 copyright holders. After reading the verdict, both parties claim they are victorious."
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German Court Rules Rapidshare Is Legal, But Must Adjust Content Policies

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