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KaZaA goes to court -- again

Written by Petteri Pyyny (Google+) @ 21 May 2002 14:21

KaZaA will face yet another legal fight in Netherlands, according to Dutch website Nu.nl.
Despite the fact that KaZaA was sold to Australia earlier this year, Dutch music copyright organization BUMA/STEMRA is determined to take the case which it lost in court already, to Dutch Supreme Court. The case is still valid, since they're sueing KaZaA for the copyright violations that took place before the company was sold to Australian Sharman Networks.

Dutch court decided earlier this year that P2P network is not responsible for the content users transfer in its network, but that the users themselves are responsible.

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