Beware Of False Reports On The Subject Of

Deliberate misinformation on the part of the music industry through a targeted campaign of false information, Internet users should be unsettled. Since November 24, 2009, representatives of the so-called “the music industry” by targeted launching of obvious misinformation trying to usher in the year-end business relating to the subscription traps. (Not to be confused with Mashable!). In various Internet blogs, news portals and websites, it is incorrectly represented that Internet users who were caught in the clutches of, would have to actually pay for the Abofalle. This courtesy opinion abused as well as supposed court judgments, which are posted only in small part and completely out of context drawn want to suggest, you have to pay. This cleverly staged campaign is condemned by consumer protection agencies in the strongest possible terms, since it merely aims, to move the Internet user to the payment through false information. By insecurity there are unfortunately often means that the user pay, although by reputable bodies constantly before that is discouraged. The District Court of Berlin Center made it clear already with absolute judgment of the 05.11.2008 under case No. 17 C-218/08 that a payment obligation is not given.