Create cloud storage of music/videos/photos to share (don't ask me why). Was wondering if the user will fill the file with copyrighted, for example some kind of song... kind of problem will be for me? Just in the UFPA there is not enough of what is given... How to determine the "contract" that I do not and if the user will fill something with copyright? And will I be required to remove it? After all and here I... the User that wants something and keeps.
For example, in the same Telegram that there are no contracts... But there is a cloud. It turns out the entire responsibility assumes Durov? In a strange way.
Sandra_Kautzer42 answered on June 10th 19 at 16:25
the contract on storage concluded in your name, other participants in it.
plus, as the owner of the service you are solely responsible for this service.
this is the simplest legal action, everything else will have to handle in court.
Leopold answered on June 10th 19 at 16:27
If it's just the copyright - usually everything is much easier. You will get the request from the owner or from the competent authorities (not necessarily the Prosecutor) on removing specific material. For example, books Darya Dontsova. You will be required within the prescribed period to remove these materials, otherwise there will be a trial etc etc.
With extremist content and others like them all the more difficult. The idea usually comes as a request from authorities to remove these materials, and sometimes with the requirement to give the ip and other data of the user, drenched material. But I can immediately open a case. So you better check all that put your users in free access. Or hire moderators.