A Cologne court has dealt yet-another setback to the music industry’s international strategy to force ISPs to police its copyrights. The case was brought by EMI against German ISP HanseNet, whose customer had been using eDonkey to download unauthorised copies of music from a Russian-hosted file-sharing site. The customer accused …
Video statement released by HanseNet
Well it would be if I was in charge. In related news, the Highways Agency has been accused of contributing to road deaths.
That is german privacy laws for you
Wish we had the same over here. Unfortunately we do not.
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