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Jurisdiction of Germany.

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Impressum Requirement Wow, based on your citations, you've done a lot of research on this topic. I'm just going to add one more reference, which is from the same site as your first German citation an …
answered May 15 '18 by DPenner1
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lawful sources, and Germany implements such an exception, but Germany's personal-use exception is narrower than the base EU exception and doesn't generally apply in this case. Note: My answer concerns … the baseline EU private copy exception, the download specified in the question is legal provided that the source is lawful. Germany's private copy exception Germany transposes the baseline EU …
answered Nov 20 '18 by DPenner1
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origin is Germany, § 5 applies. However, this principle is rooted in EU directives, and as such is not applicable to non-EU countries. For these, the law falls back on the older principle of market … location (Marktortprinzip). If the non-EU company advertises in Germany and thus participates in the German market, then it must have a valid Impressum. I'll note that, the TMG considers Germany to be …
answered Oct 18 '17 by DPenner1