ECJ clarifies scope of communication to the public right
UK broadcasters have won an important stage in their attempt to stop an unauthorised service from providing online simultaneous streaming of their broadcasts. The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled that the service constituted a communication to the public and therefore infringed the broadcasters’ copyrights in their broadcasts and films.
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