6.5.1-4 What is wilful conduct?


It refers to the conduct of a person who has committed a copyright infringement whereby their intent to cause harm, whether directly or indirectly, is assumed. Direct intent describes the situation where the offender knows the consequences of their act will occur, and dolus eventualis refers to when the offender foresees the consequences of their act and commits it regardless, thereby accepting the possibility of those consequences occurring.