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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