One Is Not Enough, How Many Is Too Many? How Many Countries’ Copyright Laws Should and Actually Do Apply to Copyright Infringements on the Internet? (Guest Blog Post)

1 02 2015

By  Marketa Trimble

By now, activities on the internet should have generated a very large number of cases in which copyright owners claimed simultaneous infringements of their copyrights in multiple countries – claims based on the copyright laws of each of those countries. After all, absent geoblocking of content in certain jurisdictions, internet users have access to content worldwide; if the content infringes some copyright owner’s copyright, the content potentially infringes that copyright everywhere – or at least in a large number of countries.


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