On November 17, 2017, a great group of Nordic and international IP scholars and practitioners gathered in Helsinki to discuss several interesting aspects of online content distribution. The present blog post aims to shortly summarize my experiences as a presenter as well as a spectator
Gabriel Martin’s analysis on the lengthy aftermath of the Dalí Case in France.
After joining the European Law&Tech Network, I will have access to a nice selection of information on positions, events and many more each month. I am happy to share these information with the English speaking readers of the blog.
Copy21 is a blog dedicated to copyright law. The second Blogshop will be held on October 6, 2017. It will be organized in the Hungarian Bar Association’s ceremonial hall in Budapest. The event is co-sponsored by Copy21, Péter Pázmány Catholic University, Hungarian Lawyers’ Association and
BREAKING NEWS: Finnish Market Court ruling refers to Tele2 decision and throws a massive wrench into the works of copyright trolls
On Monday 12th of June, the Finnish Market Court unanimously ruled that ISPs are not obliged to hand out personal information of their clients to rightholders for alleged copyright infringements in peer-to-peer networks without sufficient evidence of concrete and significant copyright infringement. The decision was
The consumption of audio-visual contents has traditionally relied on the sale of tangible data carriers (video tapes, DVDs, Blu-ray discs etc.) or on the streaming of video contents via the Internet. Rental practices gained ground in the 1980s, but the rental of tangible copies is