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            In June 2007, a French humorist successfully sued MySpace for infringement of his author's rights and personality rights, after several of his skits were posted by a user on one of the site's web pages.[46] The French High Court of First Instance held MySpace to be a publisher, despite the undisputed fact that the site does perform the technical tasks of a "hosting service."[47]  The Court noted that MySpace allows members to create personal web page within a specified frame structure, including video uploading, and that each time a video posted by a member is viewed, advertisements from which MySpace profits, are broadcast.[48]  These elements of MySpace's service persuaded the court that it acts as a publisher, and therefore liable for infringing content posted by members, and not entitled to the immunity of Article 14 (hosting service exemption) of the E-Commerce Directive (implemented in Article of the French Act on Confidence in the Digital Economy, 21/6/2004).[49]          

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