- "Shops and other businesses that offer their customers free wifi can not be held responsiblity for what exactly upload and download users of that connection. That the European Court of Justice ruled in a case about the violation of copyright."
"At a company in Munich in 2010, people could use an unsecured Wi-Fi hotspot. Sony discovered that was downloaded illegally via the hotspot and held the company responsible for the damage suffered. The Court now says that a company can not be held liable in this case."
"To violating copyright still be able to stop in such a case, the court can possibly decide to force a company to provide their wifi hotspot with a password.\n \n \n \n \n 1:35\n \n 'Woman rightly dismissed'\n \n \n \n 0:55\n \n As lying 'Zaandam' journalist Turkey\n \n \n \n 1:20\n \n Taxi ride through Amsterdam: 485 euro"