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Pinterest épinglé par le droit d’auteur. Blog Derecho en Red » Viacom pierde el caso contra Youtube: La exclusión para hosting. Antena 3 emite en streaming sus series de éxito (y la Champions) - Miguel Angel Mata.


Le procès de TF1 contre YouTube classé sans suite ? YouTube. Les droits d'auteur pour les nuls. Les droits télé du foot bousculés par l'Europe. Karen Murphy may lead Sky Sports 1-0, but don't bet on the result. Watching Gareth Bale could cost you less Photograph: Sean Dempsey/PA Wire/Press Association Images Karen Murphy is a bloody minded Portsmouth publican whose marathon legal battle with Sky may - just may - lead to a ripping up of the rules governing the way Premier League and other televised sports rights are sold around Europe.

Karen Murphy may lead Sky Sports 1-0, but don't bet on the result

Unhappy with the price Sky charges pubs and clubs for its Sky Sports services (the costs can reach over £1000 a month), Murphy got her hands on a cheaper Greek satellite decoder card (yep, they show plenty of British football in Greece) and started showing matches down at her pub - which was patriotically named The Red, White and Blue. Like all good British revolutions tools were downed when enforcers from the Premier League went to court.

Pub landlady Karen Murphy is about to learn whether she has won her legal battle against the Premier League over her screening games using a "foreign" TV decoder. Pub landlady Karen Murphy will learn tomorrow whether she has won her legal battle against the Premier League over the screening of games in her pub using a "foreign" television decoder.

Pub landlady Karen Murphy is about to learn whether she has won her legal battle against the Premier League over her screening games using a "foreign" TV decoder

European judges are deciding whether the League's power to restrict broadcasting rights within the UK breaches European Union single market rules. Ms Murphy faced a fine and costs of almost £8,000 after she was taken to court by the League for using a Greek decoder in her Portsmouth pub to screen matches, bypassing the League's own controls over where its matches are screened.

She took her case to the European Court of Justice - and although Portsmouth were relegated in 2010, she still hopes for a verdict supporting her right to watch cheap foreign satellite coverage of Premier League games. Un minutieux montage des JT de Pernaut censuré au nom du droit d'auteur. Megaupload. The company's founder, Kim Dotcom, has denied any wrongdoing, and the case against Dotcom, who is a resident of New Zealand, has been the subject of controversy over its legality.[5] The US judge handling the case has expressed doubts about whether the case will come to court.[6] Company and services[edit] The company's registered office was in Room 1204, on the 12th floor of the Shanghai Industrial Investment Building in Wan Chai, Hong Kong.[9][10] The company web services included: (a) Megaupload.com, a one-click hosting service; (b) Megapix.com, an image hosting; (c) Megavideo.com and Megalive.com, video hosting services; (d) Megabox.com, a music hosting service.


Other services included Megaclick, Megafund, Megakey and Megapay, all of which were advertisement and financial services. Two additional services, Megabackup and Megamovie, were in development before their closure.[11] Brand Owner Vbbcom Ltd. Advertising and business services, namely, providing an online website where advertisers, marketers, and content providers can interact with users for advertising, branding, and promoting knowledge, products, and services, and tradeshows, on behalf of themselves and others, and for evaluating and rating the same; advertising and commercial information services, via the internet; advertising and directory services, namely, promoting the services of others by providing a web page featuring links to the websites of others; advertising and marketing services provided by means of indirect methods of marketing communications, namely, social media, search engine marketing, inquiry marketing, internet marketing, mobile marketing, blogging and other forms of passive, sharable or viral communications channels.

Brand Owner Vbbcom Ltd.

Kim Schmitz. In January 2012, the New Zealand Police placed him in custody in response to US charges of criminal copyright infringement in relation to his Megaupload website.

Kim Schmitz

Dotcom was accused of costing the entertainment industry $500 million through pirated content uploaded to his file-sharing site, which had 150 million registered users.[13] Dotcom has vigorously denied the charges, and is fighting the attempt to extradite him to the United States.[14] Despite legal action still pending over Megaupload, Dotcom launched a new project/website named "Mega" in January 2013, opened to the public exactly one year after Megaupload was shut down. It is a cloud storage service that uses encryption to protect users from government or third party "spies" from invading users' privacy.

Personal life[edit] The mystery man behind Megaupload piracy fight. Meet the Mega man.

The mystery man behind Megaupload piracy fight

MegaPorn, MegaVideo, MegaLive, MegaPix, and Megaupload are all Kim Schmitz: entrepreneur, father, former hacker, former street racer, and former outlaw. Depending on who you ask, all of these sites and brands created by Schmitz--a well-known hacker in Germany who is said to have officially changed his name to Kim Dotcom--are either part of the simple and successful Internet file-storage business he founded in 2005, or they're an extension of a vast online piracy empire that includes some of the most visited video sites on the Web--right there along with YouTube and Hulu.

According to legal documents filed in California , where Schmitz, 37, is engaged in a copyright battle, he rents cyberlockers to the masses, and nobody disputes that many millions of people from across the globe use Megaupload to store or access unauthorized copies of TV shows, feature films, songs, porn, and software. Je la regarde. Websites object to digital piracy label - Megaupload.com, MarkMonitor, legal, Internet-based applications and services, internet, intellectual property, e-commerce, copyright, cloud computing, Bonnie Lam, Association of American Publishers - Security - Te. Owners of three websites said to be involved in digital piracy in a new paper have objected to the label, saying they provide legitimate and legal services.

Websites object to digital piracy label - Megaupload.com, MarkMonitor, legal, Internet-based applications and services, internet, intellectual property, e-commerce, copyright, cloud computing, Bonnie Lam, Association of American Publishers - Security - Te

The paper, from brand protection firm MarkMonitor and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, measures the traffic at 91 sites it alleges are either engaged in digital piracy or in the sale of counterfeit goods. Forty-three alleged digital piracy sites generate 53 billion visits a year, the paper said. The paper named three websites it classified as involved in digital piracy: Rapidshare.com, Megavideo.com and Megaupload.com. Those three sites account for 21 billion visits each year, the paper said. Hong Kong. Friday, 15 March 2013 A coalition of Hong Kong copyright associations (including CASBAA) and internet service providers is urging the SAR government to move expeditiously to enact copyright amendments that were six years in the making, but which stalled in the Legislative Council before it adjourned for elections last summer.

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At that time the legislation was criticized because of allegations it would restrain political parodies based on photos and other copyrighted works. The coalition noted that the legislation represents “a balance of considerations for all stakeholders, including many safeguards for real ‘parody’,” and urged the government to swiftly amend the 2011 bill, clarify the proposed criminal liability relating to “parody,” and submit the Bill to the Legislative Council “at the earliest possible opportunity.”

Download the full statement of the coalition here. Perfect 10 Files $5 Million Infringement Suit Against Megaupload. Says it sent the cyberlocker 22 takedown notices that “as far as Perfect 10 can determine” most “have not been removed.”

Perfect 10 Files $5 Million Infringement Suit Against Megaupload

Megaupload’s Bonnie Lam counters that every single one it’s reported has been removed “within hours,” and that it is preparing a countersuit against the adult media company. Adult media company Perfect 10 is at again this time suing cyberlocker Megauplaod for copyright infringement in the US District Court for the Southern District of California. It claims that between July 23, 2010 and August 8, 2010, it sent Megaupload 22 takedown notices, and that “as far as Perfect 10 can determine, most of these identified infringing works have not been removed.”

Perfect 10 v. RapidShare: A Reminder About DMCA Safe Harbor Requirements - Technology Law and Culture Blog - Law Office of Chad Woodford, IP/Technology Attorney. Perfect 10, Inc. v. Megaupload Limited et al Document 16 - Court Description: ORDER granting in part and denying in part 7 Defendant Megaupload's Motion to Dismiss.

Perfect 10, Inc. v. Megaupload Limited et al Document 16 -

Perfect 10's vicarious copyright infringement claim is dismissed without prejudice; Perfect 10's trademark infringement claims are dismissed witho ut prejudice; Perfect 10's publicity rights claim is dismissed without prejudice; Megaupload's motion to dismiss is denied in all other respects. If Perfect 10 wishes to file an amended complaint, it must do so within 21 days of the filing of this Order. Signed by Judge Irma E. Megaupload fait la nique à l'Hadopi. Hong Kong Company Formation, Registration, Incorporation Guide. Copyright law of Hong Kong. Copyright law in Hong Kong to a great extent follows the English model. The Basic Law of Hong Kong, its constitutional document, guarantees a high degree of autonomy and continuation of laws previously in force after its reunification with Mainland China. Hong Kong therefore continues to maintain a separate intellectual property regime from Mainland China.

Article 139 and 140 of the Basic Law specifically deal with the protection of copyright in Hong Kong. Hong Kong Taxation. William S. Boyd School of Law. Publications Books Marketa Trimble, Global Patents: Limits of Transnational Enforcement (Oxford Univ. Press 2012). Article on Bypassing Geographic Content Restrictions Using Borrowed IP Addresses. By Eric Goldman Marketa Trimble (UNLV Law) has posted a full copy of her article, The Future of Cybertravel: Legal Implications of the Evasion of Geolocation. I’ve highlighted this article before, such as in my coverage of the Internet Law Works-in-Progress where I heard her present it. Uruguay. Île Maurice. Dubai. Www.gov.mu/portal/goc/ncb/file/copyright.pdf. Contexte international - Arts et industries culturelles - Sujets. Intellectual Property Laws and Treaties Database (WIPO Lex) Copyright And More: Oliver v ABN-AMRO Bank NV. Droit d'auteur. Convention de Berne pour la protection des œuvres littéraires et artistiques. Menu principal.

Quel est le droit applicable si l'exploitation se fait à l'étranger? COPYRIGHT FRANCE ™ : Liste des pays signataires de la convention de Berne. San Marino : 5.1.7 Copyright provisions : Cultural Policies and Trends in Europe. Marshall Islands: Copyright Law of the United States and Related Laws Contained in Tıtle 17 of the United States Code.

Serbia's New Draft Copyright Law - A Partial Diff. Uploads/reports/Copyright Law in Cambodia.pdf. Copyright law of Hong Kong. Singapore Intellectual Property Law. Intellectual Property and Copyright Law Needed Urgently in the Maldives. Www.iipa.com/rbc/2007/2007SPEC301LAOS.pdf. Maldives: The Copyright & Related Rights Act. Traité de l'OMPI sur le droit d'auteur. Législation : UNESCO-CULTURE.