CJEU rules that family life does not trump copyright protection
The owner of an internet connection used for copyright infringement through file-sharing cannot escape liability by naming a family member who may have used the connection, the CJEU holds
The Court of Justice of the EU gave an answer to a
well-known EU law dilemma today after it ruled that an
internet-connection owner who has committed copyright
infringement cannot evade liability by claiming that a family
member may have...
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