So slowly is the amount of judgments around deleted posts and closed accounts on social networks, and it is surprising that in many cases the networks still react so irreconcilably. Indeed, the tension between the Network Enforcement Act and freedom of expression is difficult to resolve. However, legal experts had predicted this in advance, and it is likely that courts and lawyers will experience a déja vu with copyright in the next few years and history will repeat itself.

Perhaps one should prepare the pleadings for this now 😉

The LG Munich was about the following post

In response to a message, Twitter deleted the post based on the same justification in this post and this post. The Landgericht München uses a similar reasoning as the Landgericht Berlin, whose decision I analysed in this article.

Marian Härtel ist spezialisiert auf die Rechtsgebiete Wettbewerbsrecht, Urheberrecht und IT/IP Recht und hat seinen Schwerpunkt im Bereich Computerspiele, Esport, Marketing und Streamer/Influencer. Er betreut Startups im Aufbau, begleitet diese bei sämtlichen Rechtsproblemen und unterstützt sie im Business Development.

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