Sir Mal Fet writes "In line with former rulings discussed here, a judge in Spain has ruled that P2P technologies are "completely neutral" (original in Spanish ; Google excerpt ), thus dismissing a lawsuit originated in 2008 from the Spanish circle of Musical Producers (Promusicae), Warner, EMI, and Sony suing Pablo Soto, a Spanish man who created the Blubster, MP2P y Piolet programs to share files. The labels ruling 13 million euros in damages arguing that the mere existence and lineup of P2P technologies violated copyright, but the ruling stated the scientific information itself was neutral, so the creator could not be held answerable
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