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CJEU Debates Limits on TV Advertising in Europe

In its decision in Sanoma Media v Viestintävirasto the Court of Justice of the European Union signals a technical but potentially significant clarification in the application of the Audio Visual Media Services (AVMS) Directive.

This may trigger some national regulators to re-examine their approach and some broadcasters may, in turn, face pressure to adjust the amount of advertising content … Continue Reading

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Dutch Supreme Court & CJEU: When do hyperlinks constitute copyright infringement? GeenStijl v. Sanoma

The Dutch Supreme Court referred to the CJEU a question as to whether it is relevant that a work that a hyperlink directs to has been placed online without the copyright owner’s consent; the decision provides further analysis of Svensson and BestWater.

Read or summary of the issues raised here.

First published in May-June issue of E-Commerce Law ReportsContinue Reading