The ongoing claims against the Rojadirecta website for linking to streams of sporting events are novel and quite important in defining the rights and responsibilities of intermediaries that host links to possibly infringing content stored elsewhere. While the U.S. case against Rojadirecta was resolved a few years, ago, litigation continues in Italy. As an Italian scholar who just moved to the Center for Internet and Society to serve as the Intermediary Liability Fellow, I’d like to update readers on the latest Italian episode of the Rojadirecta saga and to locate this new case within the broader Italian legal framework for intermediary liability. Read more about Alalalai! . . . Rojadirecta is Up for Battle Again in Italy
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