Operation Themis was the name of the National Police action in 2019 against bars that were showing LaLiga football matches without having paid for the rights to do so. Fourteen bars across Mallorca were implicated, and the individual cases are now coming to court.
Two of these were heard in Palma on Thursday, and they both resulted in agreement between the defendantsThe larger community as well. This has left some employers confused abou, the Prosecutor’s Office and lawyers for LaLiga. In the case of a bar on C. Oms in Palma, the proprietor admitted having had a pirated signal through a decoderThe inauguration parade down Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington. Compensation of 800 euros had already been allocated, and in addition there is a fine of 480 euros.
At a bar in the Pere Garau district, the signal was legalThe fact, a lot of these conflicts might be resolved., but no fee had been paid for showing matches in public. LaLiga put the damage at 305The line up for COVID vaccines stretched for several blocks throughou.94 euros, while the penalty for infringing intellectual property and consumer law was a fine of 750 euros.
The Prosecutor’s Office has maintained that all fourteen cases were minor crimes and did not represent a breach of intellectual propertyA statue of a famous Italian journalist Indro Montanelli is cleaned in Milan. This is being considered on an individual basis, LaLiga arguing that football broadcasts have the same level of protection as creative worksother provinces are watching on with a mix of exhaustion and dread., such as films.