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Posted in Copyright Fanny Cony

Broadcasting of television programs: French court clarifications on “must carry” and framing

On July 4, 2019, the Cour de Cassation specified the criteria of the “must carry” obligation (diffusion of broadcasted public channels, governed by Article 34-2 of Law No. 86-1067 of September 30, 1986) and the regime of “framing” in the case of neighbouring rights of an audiovisual communication company. Framing is the division of a webpage into several frames to … Continue Reading

Posted in Copyright Eva Vonau

Framing in the limelight: German Federal Supreme Court – “framing” of copyrighted content is not infringement if originally uploaded with consent

On 9 July 2015, the German Federal Supreme Court ruled, once again, on the case of Bestwater. You may already know this case as both the German Federal Supreme Court and the CJEU already released decisions on it before.

The case concerns the claim of Bestwater, a German company manufacturing and distributing water purification systems, that its rights were infringed … Continue Reading