French court: search engines to block streaming sites




French court: search engines to block streaming sites

The French versions of the major search engines have three popular streaming sites, showing videos that infringe copyright, from their search results. That the French court determined. Removing search engines now just loose pages.

Copyright Results A total of sixteen domain names related to streaming sites should be removed from the zoekindexes Google, Microsoft and Yahoo, as the court ruled. The measure applies to all requests from France from the search engines. It is the streaming sites Allo Stream, Fifostream and DPstream.

The court established that the streaming sites “dedicated or substantially devoted to the distribution of audiovisual works without the permission of the authors,” so writes TorrentFreak. It is the first time that complete domains from a search engine should be removed. The search engines have been working longer with requests to remove. Individual pages that infringed copyright in the index Certain piracy sites were removed from the search suggestions from Google.

The blockade also applies to the search engine of ISP Orange, and should furthermore also block the streaming sites. Several large ISPs The organizations that have filed the lawsuit, three interest of copyright owners, demanded that the search giants and Internet providers had to pay for the cost of the blockade but the judge did not accept it. The Internet companies that may cost from the copyright holders.

Despite having the interest elated responded to the decision of the court. According to them, the statement stressed that ISPs and search engines need to cooperate in the prevention of copyright infringement. La Quadrature du Net, a civil rights organization that is similar to Bits of Freedom, however, called the ruling ‘dangerous’.

Earlier this month, a French court ruled that Google had pictures of Max Mosley, a top executive from the racing industry, delete . It was going to take pictures when the CEO was seen on a sm party. At the time, Google responded worried because it would go. Removal summations against freedom of expression on the Internet



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