EU Advocate General: Right to Private Life Shouldn’t Hinder Copyright Enforcement

In the EU, everyone has the right to respect for his or her private and family life. But should that right be used to prevent copyright holders from enforcing their rights when someone from a household shares copyrighted content without permission? A just-published opinion from EU Advocate General Szpunar says it should not.

Source: EU Advocate General: Right to Private Life Shouldn’t Hinder Copyright Enforcement – TorrentFreak

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