The ongoing negotiations between German royalties outfit GEMA and YouTube have broken down with 1.6m Euros worth of damages being called for by the European company.
GEMA originally filed a lawsuit which resulted in a ruling holding YouTube liable for user-uploaded copyright-infringing music after it had been informed of the infringement. The ruling was appealed by both parties and a deal was not reached before the appeals deadline.
Now, according to a statement released by GEMA last week, ...
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