Eric Zemmour sentenced for copyright infringement after unauthorized use of images in his campaign video

Steph Deschamps / March 5, 2022

Far-right presidential candidate Eric Zemmour was convicted Friday of copyright infringement after the unauthorized use of film footage in his campaign video, according to a ruling obtained by AFP.
 
Eric Zemmour and his party Reconquête! are ordered to pay a total of 70,000 euros to the plaintiffs, including the companies Gaumont and EuropaCorp, the directors Luc Besson and François Ozon or the Society of Authors and Composers Dramatic (SACD).
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