Three years of jail time for the responsible of a web page Swedish for ‘streaming’

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    • The 26-year-old must also pay to the Swedish State 1.5 million euros for the revenue of advertising that he gained through the web page Swefilmer.
    • The court cleared, however, address the compensation of just over a million euros claiming to be the representatives of the audiovisual industry.
    • In the same trial he was convicted a young man of 23 years to a suspended sentence and to perform social services for violating the laws of intellectual property.

    Swefilmer

    A court of Varberg (west of Sweden) sentenced on Monday to three years of jail to the maintainer of a web page streaming films and videos for violating the laws of intellectual property, and for money laundering.

    The man, 26-year-old and resident in Germany, you must in addition pay to the Swedish State 14 million kroons (1.5 million euros) by advertising revenue that he gained through the web page Swefilmer while it was in operation between 2011 and 2015.

    The court cleared, however, address the compensation of 10 million kronor (slightly more than one million euros) demanding the representatives of the audiovisual industry.

    In the same trial was sentenced to a suspended sentence and to make social services for violating the laws of intellectual property a young man of 23 years resident in the west of Sweden.

    The prosecutor’s office calling for 4.5 years and 1 year, respectively, for the two defendants, who denied having committed any offence.

    The start of the trial was adjourned pending a ruling of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU), which ruled in April that the sale of a media player to view for free, on tv screen, movies available illegally on the internet you can violate the rights of copyright.

    The ruling said also that the temporary reproduction in the apparatus of a work protected by copyright and obtained through streaming is not exempt from the right of reproduction.

    Another court in sweden had sentenced the last week four other people to terms of up to ten months of prison for stream movies through several web pages.

    TecnologĂ­a

    Three years of jail time for the responsible of a web page Swedish for ‘streaming’
    Source: www.20minutos.es  
    May 15, 2017

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