Thursday, 9 June 2016

C‑360/13 Public Relations Consultants Association Ltd v Newspaper Licensing Agency Ltd

CURIA - Documents: "the referring court asks, in essence, whether Article 5 of Directive 2001/29 must be interpreted as meaning that the on-screen copies and the cached copies made by an end-user in the course of viewing a website satisfy the conditions that those copies must be temporary, that they must be transient or incidental in nature and that they must constitute an integral and essential part of a technological process, and, if so, whether those copies may be made without the authorisation of the copyright holders." 'via Blog this'

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