Whether a copyright infringement action can be brought in New York against an out-of-state party which uploaded to the Internet unauthorized copies of books and made them available to readers from servers located outside the state is now a question for the New York Court of Appeals.

The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has certified that question, which concerns the application of New York’s long-arm statute, to the state’s highest court.

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