yaix2 - 4:18 am on Sep 5, 2010 (gmt 0)
@moTi: That's not entirely correct. Web publishers are only responsible for content on their property after being told about a violation. Usually you have 24 hours to delete or make inaccessible any content, that violates a law before becoming partly responsible. You do not need to check your content constantly.
I guess that YouTube didn't delete content after being informed of copyright violations? The news article does not give much detail about it. In that case, the ruling by the LG Hamburg would (surprisingly) make sense.