Streaming Gesetz?

  • Hallo,
    ich habe neulich gehört, dass es angeblich irgend so ein Streaming Gesetz gibt. Habt Ihr davon gehört?
    Anscheinend macht man sich beim anschauen von Serien und Filmen auf solchen Streaming Seiten strafbar.
    Ich benutze in der Letzten Zeit diese hier: serienstream.be und bin sehr zufrieden mit der Bildqualität als auch mit der Geschwindigkeit.
    Ich habe mich sogar abonnieren lassen, und jetzt soll das Illegal sein?


    Ich weiß nicht was Ihr dazu sagt, aber ich finde das eine Unverschämtheit. Es ist ja nicht so, dass ich Pornos schaue oder runterlade, sonder ganz einfache Serien und Filme.
    Ich hoffe Ihr könnt mit etwas mehr dazu sagen.


    Danke vielmals.

    Mich kriegt ihr nicht, ich bin frei wie der Wind.

  • Wüßte nicht das es ein neues Gesetz dazu gibt, aber die Rechtslage beim Streaming ist ja nach wie vor nicht abschließend geklärt. Eventuell meinst du das?

  • Hmm also ich muss sagen, dass ich von so einem Gesetz noch nichts gehört habe :s Ich bin öfter mal auf solchen Seiten unterwegs und muss sagen, dass ich bisher echt noch keinerlei Probleme gehabt habe.

    Aus dem Grund muss ich sagen, dass ich auch wirklich nichts weiß zu diesem Gesetz. Muss mich da noch mal umschauen und informieren, nicht das ich am Ende auch wirklich ne dicke Strafe bekomme :D

    Ich bin gerade auf helpmag.de/europa-league-im-kostenlosen-live-stream unterwegs. Da verfolge ich verschiedene Fußball Spiele und auch andere Sender verfolge ich, da finde ich dann auch meine Sendungen im Stream die ich gerne schaue.

    Und was war bei dir, hast du denn etwas mehr dazu erfahren können ?
    Wäre super wenn ich da auch etwas zu erfahre.

    Einmal editiert, zuletzt von TobiT ()

  • In December 2020, Congress passed the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021. Under that law, the Protecting Lawful Streaming Act of 2020 (PLSA) increases criminal penalties for those who stream on a large scale illegally “intentionally for commercial gain or personal financial gain Copyright protected material. Previously, illegal streaming was treated as a crime. Under the new law, the Department of Justice can bring criminal charges against providers (as opposed to users) of such illegal services, ”said the US Patent and Trademark Office. "The new law addresses a" loophole "in criminal copyright law, you should probably pay for it. Jim Gibson, law professor and founder of the Intellectual Property Institute at the University of Richmond School of Law, told us," Whether or not it is morally wrong, you can ask your friends or your minister, but whether it is illegal from a copyright standpoint, is the best answer, probably not on an individual viewer basis. "Stream watching unlicensed movies, television, and sporting events is legal Any discussion of the legality of streaming in the United States begins with the Copyright Act of 1976. This grants gives copyright holders the“ exclusive right ”to make, distribute and publicly perform copies of their works. Viewing a stream - even if it has not been authorized by the copyright owner - does not technically violate these rights. There have been numerous challenges and interpretations as copyright law has adapted to the Internet, but that reading has essentially come true The new PLSA law will not affect the activities of normal internet users. It would also not criminalize bona fide business / license disputes or non-commercial activities. This means that individual Internet streamers cannot be prosecuted under the PLSA, for example by including unauthorized content in a YouTube or Twitch stream. Standard Internet Service Providers (ISPs) practices would do this as well there have been numerous challenges and interpretations as copyright law has adapted to the Internet, but that reading has essentially come true. The new PLSA law will not affect the activities of normal internet users. It would also not criminalize bona fide business / license disputes or non-commercial activities. This means that individual Internet streamers cannot be prosecuted under the PLSA, for example by including unauthorized content in a YouTube or Twitch stream. Standard Internet Service Providers (ISPs) practices would do this as well there have been numerous challenges and interpretations as copyright law has adapted to the Internet, but that reading has essentially come true. The new PLSA law will not affect the activities of normal internet users. It would also not criminalize bona fide business / license disputes or non-commercial activities. This means that individual Internet streamers cannot be prosecuted under the PLSA, for example by including unauthorized content in a YouTube or Twitch stream. Standard Internet Service Providers (ISPs) practices would do this as well. The new PLSA law will not affect the activities of normal internet users. It would also not criminalize bona fide business / license disputes or non-commercial activities. This means that individual Internet stream the ers cannot be prosecuted under the PLSA, for example by including unauthorized content in a YouTube or Twitch stream. Standard Internet Service Providers (ISPs) practices would do this as well. The new PLSA law will not affect the activities of normal internet users. It would also not criminalize bona fide business / license disputes or non-commercial activities. This means that individual Internet streamers cannot be prosecuted under the PLSA, for example by including unauthorized content in a YouTube or Twitch stream. Standard Internet Service Providers (ISPs) practices would do this as well for example, by including unauthorized content on a YouTube or Twitch stream. Standard Internet Service Providers (ISPs) practices would do this as well for example, by including unauthorized content on a YouTube or Twitch stream. Standard Internet Service Providers (ISPs) practices would do this as well

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