The Most High Regional Court of Hamburg endorsed the company's operations in the European country, but must check the sites that link files and control files that are loaded
Following the closure of Megaupload, storage pages had to restructure its business to not suffer the same fate. Now, the German justice declared that Rapidshare is legal and can continue operating in the country.
The Most High Regional Court of Hamburg endorsed the company's operations within Germany. The company feared that its offices were closed and the closure of your servers as happened to Dotcom site.
But it has the backing Rapidshare court shall monitor the sites linked files and control content to avoid copyright offenses in the European country.
The page had to adapt their service and Germany was one of the places where they cost more to keep online and had to battle with a group of copyright protection that was constantly harassing the Swiss company.
The Most High Regional Court of Hamburg accepted the defense line on the legitimacy of service Rapidshare. Alexandra Zwingli, CEO of the firm, was pleased with the ruling and confirmed that control files to avoid making mistakes.
The court recognized that the business model RapidShare is legal and that all you have to do is block the external links that lead to protected content. According to Zwingli, "This is exactly what we have been doing for many years."