Promusicae v Telefonica

Well, all the reports and commentary are in Spanish but basically the Promusicae v Telefonica case has just gone to the ECJ. The Spanish music industry body wants a clarification from the European Court on European Directives since Telefonica is claiming that Spanish date laws do not permit them to reveal identities of users involved in P2P activity. This could prove an important ruling for the relationship and balance of power between ISPs and the music industry so hopefully there will be some English reporting of this.

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