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The French Court of Appeal confirms the abandon by French Courts of the “notice and stay down” doctrine (SPPF/Youtube, Google France)

OSP liability: Paris Court of appeal confirms the abandon by French Courts of the “notice and stay down” doctrine* In a decision of 21 June 2013, the Paris Court of Appeal has confirmed that the obligation for an Online Service Provider (OSP) to take down infringing content is limited to content specifically notified by right holders. Endorsing the reasoning

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Béatrice Martinet, The French Court of Appeal confirms the abandon by French Courts of the “notice and stay down” doctrine (SPPF/Youtube, Google France), 21 June 2013, e-Competitions Bulletin June 2013, Art. N° 58454

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