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Commission Publishes Factsheet On Digital Single Market Strategy
On 22 June 2018, the European Commission published a factsheet that provides a visual summary of the actions taken to date to implement its Digital Single Market strategy.
UK
5 Sep 2018
2
IT/Data Protection Newsletter (Summer 2018 Edition)
One of the requirements will be to enter into a joint-controller data protection agreement with Facebook.
Germany
20 Aug 2018
3
CJEU Decides On Re-Posting Of Protected Content
On 7 August 2018, the Court of Justice of the European Union ("CJEU") has released another judgment (surprisingly its first copyright judgment of 2018) on the interpretation of the right
European Union
20 Aug 2018
4
Court Of Appeals Berlin Decides On The Obligation To Provide Technical Protection Against Framing
In a judgment of 18 June 2018, case 24 U 146/17, the Berlin Court of Appeals (Kammergericht Berlin – Court of Appeals)
Germany
7 Aug 2018
5
Brexit And Copyright Law
At the end of March the European Commission issued a "Notice to Stakeholders. Withdrawal of the United Kingdom and EU Rules in the Field of Copyright." ....
European Union
2 May 2018
6
Right of communication: German Federal Supreme Court applies GS Media to internet search engines
In Thumbnails III, the German Federal Supreme Court (‘BGH') held that the depiction of so-called thumbnails of pictures available from the internet does not constitute an act of copyright infringement, unless the search engine operator had knowledge of the fact that the copyrighted material had been illegally uploaded.
Germany
23 Nov 2017
7
CJEU: Operation Of Peer-To-Peer Sharing Platform May Qualify As Copyright Infringement
In the underlying main proceedings before the Supreme Court of the Netherlands, Stichting Brein...
UK
26 Jun 2017
8
Artificial Intelligence: Transforming The Way We Create And Consume Content
Artificial intelligence (intelligence exhibited by machines; AI) is experiencing rapid growth, evident from last year's record levels of investment in this industry.
UK
28 Feb 2017
9
Implementation By The INPI Of The Electronic Soleau Envelope - « E-Soleau »: A New Valuable Tool For Companies And Creators
The French Patent & Trademark Office (the INPI announced on 16 December 2016 the launch of the electronic version of the 'Soleau envelope' (the 'e-Soleau').
France
12 Jan 2017
10
Re-Writing The Copyright Rulebook: Analysing The European Commission's Copyright Reform Proposals
More than a year after the Commission announced its Digital Single Market (DSM) Strategy, the Commission continues to press ahead in delivering concrete proposals.
UK
20 Sep 2016
11
German Parliament (Deutscher Bundestag) releases operators of Wi-Fi networks from liability for copyright infringements committed by the Wi-Fi network users (so-called Störerhaftung)
On 2 June, the German Parliament (Deutscher Bundestag) passed a bill (2. Gesetz zur Änderung des Telemediengesetzes – 2nd Amending Law to the Federal Telemedia Act; "New Law").
UK
9 Jun 2016
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German Federal Supreme Court Confirms Its Previous Positions On Liability For Copyright Infringements Within File Sharing Networks
On 12 May 2016, the German Federal Supreme Court made several judgments, confirming and developing its settled case law on the liability of a subscriber of an internet connection for copyright infringements made by third persons.
Germany
16 May 2016
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Advocate General (EU) Concludes Hyperlinking To Unauthorized Content Does Not Constitute Copyright
The Advocate General of the Court of Justice of the EU has stated in a legal opinion that posting a link to a website that contains "freely accessible" copyright infringing content should not itself amount to copyright infringement.
European Union
27 Apr 2016
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Hyperlinking To Unauthorised Content Does Not Itself Constitute Copyright Infringement, Says Advocate General
The Advocate General of the Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU) has stated in a legal opinion that posting a link to a website that contains "freely accessible" copyright infringing content should not itself amount to copyright infringement.
UK
25 Apr 2016
16
Implementation Of The CRM Directive – What Does It Mean For Music Users?
In 2014, the new Directive concerning the collective management of copyright was introduced. The Directive sought to overhaul the law regulating collecting societies and other rights management organisations in Europe.
UK
21 Mar 2016
17
The European Digital Single Market: Where Are We Now?
It has been a busy few months for the European Commission. When the Commission announced its plans for the digital single market (DSM) on 6 May, many commentators and stakeholders felt that it provided more questions than answers.
UK
22 Oct 2015
18
The European Commission’s Digital Single Market Strategy: Challenges Ahead For The Media Industries
After being elected as President of the European Commission in June last year, Jean-Claude Juncker made the realisation of a European ‘digital single market’ a top priority.
European Union
8 May 2015
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ITV & Others v TVCatchUp: In The Latest Instalment In This Long Running Dispute, The UK Courts Have Again Referred This Case To The CJEU
The three presiding Court of Appeal judges (LJs Kitchin, Underhill and Arden) dismissed TVC’s appeal, rejecting all arguments that section 73 extended to transmission to mobile devices via mobile networks.
UK
1 Apr 2015
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Home Or Away: The CJEU Confirms That Foreign Online Infringers Can Be Sued In Your Local Court
Your copyright is being infringed by an online company based outside the UK and you want to take action.
UK
20 Feb 2015
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