Dutch filmmakers sue government over loss of revenue to piracy

A group of Dutch filmmakers has come forward with legal suit against the local government for not taking appropriate measures to counter piracy, which has resulted in loss of millions of euros. The Association of Filmmakers and Distributors, (SEKAM), has taken a bold step and has sued the government for not doing enough to safeguard the interests of the filmmakers and the distributors against online pirates.

Country: Netherlands

Domains: IPR

Stakeholder: Industry

Tags: copyright, torrents, law suit, Netherlands, Internet

Posted on Friday 13 November 2015

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