Court system continues to defy copyright holders, ruling once again that noncommercial file-sharing in the country is legal, and also that links to infringing material is as well. For some time now Spanish judges have consistently ruled in favor of file-sharers, finding over and over that noncommercial P2P – file-sharing without motivation of profit – is legal in that country. As far back as 2006, Spanish judges have ruled that since the there is “no talk of money or any other compensation beyond the sharing of material available among various users” that “no offense meriting penal sanction has been committed.” Raul N.
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Spanish Judge Reaffirms P2P STILL Legal