Content platforms are under fire in Brazil. The Brazilian Superior Tribunal of Justice (“STJ”) recently found Google liable for copyright infringement for YouTube-hosted videos parodying a well-known commercial. The case raises concerns that copyright enforcement is interfering with freedom of expression and right of critique. Read more » about Brazilian Supreme Court Found Google Liable for Videos Parodying Dafra’s Commercials
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