German Supreme Court Asks Europe for Guidance in YouTube Copyright Ruling

The German Supreme Court, or BGH, was set to rule Thursday on whether Google’s YouTube platform is liable for violations of intellectual property rights on its video platform. The case, which goes back to 2008, involves a suit by a music producer who is seeking compensation for songs illegally uploaded to YouTube. But on Thursday, the court said it would delay ruling on the case until it received guidance from the European Court of Justice.

Source: German Supreme Court Asks Europe for Guidance in YouTube Copyright Ruling

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