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Mr. Pablo Soto

Chief Executive Officer

mp2p

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mp2p

Background Information

Affiliations

Founder
Promusicae

Founder
Optisoft

Founder
Blubster

Founder
Piolet

Education

BFA
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Alfred University

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Pablo Soto, founder and CEO ...

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Pablo Soto, founder and CEO of MP2P Technologies, announced today hat he has been served with an unprecedented lawsuit from Promusicae, the organization that represents the recording industry in Spain. Promusicae filed [...]


After years of litigation, the final ...

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After years of litigation, the final ruling by a Spanish court was issued today against the big four major record companies, Warner, Universal, Sony, EMI, and the local Spanish Indie Promusicae, in favor of Pablo Soto, a young entrepreneur, who was sued for creating innovative file-sharing technology. The suit sought to make him responsible for the possible violations of the millions of users who download music and exchange music files using applications he developed with his company MP2P. Pablo Soto The ruling, by the Madrid Commercial Court No. 4, entirely rejects the accusation of the plaintiff and demands financial compensation to the defendant. "We are extremely grateful to the court for finding not only in our favor, but in favor of justice, innovation and in equal access to digital distribution," stated Pablo Soto, founder and CEO of MP2P. "The copyright conglomerates would like to stifle innovation but today's significant ruling against this tactic echoes around the globe."

In July 2008, the major record companies and Promusicae, who joined the suit soon afterwards, sued developer Pablo Soto and his companies. The trial was held in Madrid in 2009 and this final ruling favors the Spanish developer and ends all litigation.
The lawsuit, which labeled the P2P tools as "weapons of mass destruction" and Pablo Soto as "the great betrayer of the P2P cause", filed up to nine exhibits to prove their flawed thesis. However, after many years of proceedings and a 15-hour trial, the ruling is completely in agreement with the legal position held by the defendant stating that the development of a technology that can be used by individuals for sharing music is not an intellectual property violation.
The court, despite the statements presented by the plaintiff, considers Pablo Soto's activities and his companies to be absolutely transparent, and it further states that it is undisputed that the defendant did not offer or store music files and that the "final rulings to date" also agree that "under no circumstances [it is a violation] the mere fact of providing such conduct" of sharing music.


"We are extremely grateful to the ...

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"We are extremely grateful to the court for finding not only in our favor, but in favor of justice, innovation and in equal access to digital distribution," said Pablo Soto, founder and CEO of MP2P Technologies. "The copyright conglomerates would like to stifle innovation but today's significant ruling against this tactic echoes around the globe."

In July 2008, the major record companies and PROMUSICAE, who joined the suit soon afterwards, sued developer Pablo Soto and his companies. The trial was held in Madrid in 2009 and today's final ruling totally favors the Spanish developer.
The lawsuit, which labeled the P2P tools as "weapons of mass destruction" and Pablo Soto as "the great betrayer of the P2P cause", filed up to nine exhibits to prove their flawed thesis. However, after many years of proceedings and a 15-hour trial, the ruling is completely in agreement with the legal position held by the defendant stating that the development of a technology that can be used by individuals for sharing music is not an intellectual property violation.
The court, despite the statements presented by the plaintiff, considers Pablo Soto's activities and his companies to be absolutely transparent, and it further states that it is undisputed that the defendant did not offer or store music files and that the "final rulings to date" also agree that "under no circumstances [it is a violation] the mere fact of providing such conduct" of sharing music.


Pablo Soto and his ...

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Pablo Soto and his companies were sued for 13 million euros by the four major music groups and trade group Promusicae for providing file-sharing applications that profit from the exchange of copyrighted material. According to a report at El Mundo, the judges in the case ruled Soto and his companies offer a neutral technical function and found the plaintiffs are not actually in competition with the defendant.

Outgoing Spanish Prime Minister Fails To Enact Anti-Piracy Legislation
"We are extremely grateful to the court for finding not only in our favor, but in favor of justice, innovation and in equal access to digital distribution," MP2P Technologies founder/CEO Pablo Soto said in a statement. 


We are extremely grateful to the ...

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We are extremely grateful to the court for finding not only in our favor, but in favor of justice, innovation and in equal access to digital distribution, said Pablo Soto, founder and CEO of MP2P Technologies. The copyright conglomerates would like to stifle innovation but todays significant ruling against this tactic echoes around the globe.

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In July 2008, the major record companies and PROMUSICAE, who joined the suit soon afterwards, sued developer Pablo Soto and his companies. The trial was held in Madrid in 2009 and todays final ruling totally favors the Spanish developer.
The lawsuit, which labeled the P2P tools as weapons of mass destruction and Pablo Soto as the great betrayer of the P2P cause, filed up to nine exhibits to prove their flawed thesis.
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The defense of Pablo Soto and his companies has been conducted by attorneys at law Jose Ignacio Aguilar, David Bravo and Javier de la Cueva, who also took part in other cases against record companies and related cases such as the Sharemula case, which won a favorable resolution to a web linking to P2P networks and the indice-web.com case, first linking website to obtain a firm and favorable civil ruling.
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About Pablo Soto
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Pablo frequently participates in national and international forums, and in some opportunities, has taught as a guest professor at several public universities. He has received several awards both in Spain and overseas, and in 2009, was given the Pioneer Award from the Distributed Computing International Association (DCIA).
About MP2P Technologies Technological innovations introduced by MP2P Technologies have been downloaded by millions of users from around the globe. Founded by renowned developer Pablo Soto in 2000, MP2P Technologies remains an industry leader in the P2P space and consumer technology. MP2P Technologies is based in Madrid, Spain.

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