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Former editor sues Leaseweb exposed blade for 136 million euros
A former editor of an American magazine expose suing the Dutch hosting provider LeaseWeb for hosting images that violate autersrechten. The publisher, Perfect 10, would have converted 136 million euros from the Dutch hoster.
The former editor of the exposed blade, which now mainly earns his living arrangements by charges, says Leaseweb nine sites host or have hosted which images owned by Perfect 10 see would be clear from the indictment , which was filed with the court in the U.S. state of California. It involves a total of more than 22,000 images.
Perfect 10 claims submitted to remove the images. Thirteen total requests over the past year It is unknown what LeaseWeb has done with those requests, it is customary to send to the site owners, who can then pick up the plates themselves that offline. The indictment not only speaks about sites that are online, but also about two years ago offline extracted Megaupload.
LeaseWeb says in a reaction opposite TorrentFreak that it does not understand why Perfect 10 filed in the United States the charges. Most hosting sites take off at the Dutch branch of Leaseweb and therefore fall under Dutch law, claiming the hoster. The court would also have to serve in the Netherlands. According to the company
Update 13:14: The wording of some passages is adapted to indicate that Perfect 10 is no longer blades again.
Part of the cover of an edition of Perfect10 (source: Perfect10)Viewing:-117
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