Spanish Supreme Court to review Sinde Law Piracy with worldwide implications.

Spain’s Supreme Court has agreed to consider a complaint brought by a group representing web users against the government’s so-called ‘ley Sinde’ anti-download law that aims to protect copyright material.

The appeal also requested an injunction of the codes, which will be enforced starting March 1.

The Supreme Court gave the government 10 days to address the request. Regardless of the injunction, any move to shut down web pages will eventually be conditioned by the court’s ruling.

Fulvio Sarzana
Studio Legale Roma Sarzana & Associati
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