ECJ to hear questions on ISP liability
The Brussels Court of Appeal has asked the European Court of Justice to rule on two questions regarding the liability of internet service providers (ISPs) for peer-to-peer file sharing
The questions were referred in a ruling on January 28 in a dispute between the music collecting society Sabam and ISP Scarlet (now owned by Belgacom).
The case began in 2004 when Sabam sued Scarlet alleging that it allowed users...
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