European Football League Takes Shot At YouTube

Law360, New York (June 27, 2007, 12:00 AM EDT) -- The latest to decry Google Inc.’s alleged copyright violations via YouTube, the Association of European Professional Football Leagues on Wednesday pledged their support for a class action against the video sharing site.

The EPFL, which represents the interest of 19 member and associate member leagues across Europe and over 500 affiliated clubs, announced that it would encourage its constituents to join the class action currently being brought by the Football Association Premier League Ltd. and independent music label Bourne Co.

“This is a very significant event,...
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