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The judge said the decision should be interpreted as a requirement that Internet service providers must screen the enormous amount of video that passes through their sites, Magi said.
"But on the other hand, there also is no such thing as the endless prairie of the Internet where everything is allowed and nothing can be banned," Magi wrote.
The trial, he said, should be read as an "important signal" that a danger zone is being reached for criminal responsibility for Web masters.