German Supreme Court refers questions to CJEU in YouTube copyright case
The questions to the CJEU concern whether YouTube has primary liability for videos uploaded without the permission of right holders, with the German judges also suggesting the platform acts as a neutral intermediary for the purposes of copyright
The German Supreme Court has released a statement on the
YouTube copyright case, suspending proceedings and referring a
number of questions to the CJEU. The case concerns
YouTube’s liability for content uploaded by users
who do not have right holders’...
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