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Streit um Pippi-Langstrumpf-Lied: Erfolg für Lindgren-Erben

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Im Streit um die Rechte am Liedtext "Hey, Pippi Langstrumpf" hat das Landgericht Hamburg zugunsten der Erben von Astrid Lindgren entschieden. Sie müssen an Gewinnen beteiligt werden, denn die deutsche Textversion verletze das Urheberrecht. (...)


Source: tagesschau.de

Date: 2020-12-09

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