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German Federal Court of Justice submits copyright dispute over YouTube to CJEU

This week, copyright is all over the place. After the European Parliament voted on proposed copyright reform in Europe last Wednesday (12 September 2018), the long-awaited decision of the German Federal Court of Justice (BGH) on the question to what extent video platforms such as YouTube carry out their own acts of use, i.e. a

CJEU renders next landmark decision – this time on free Wi-Fi

So far, September has been a busy month in Luxembourg. On 8 September 2016, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) handed down a ground-breaking judgment on hyperlinking (Case Ref.: C-160/15 – GS Media, see our earlier post). On 15 September 2016, this equally important verdict followed (Case Ref.: C-484/14 – McFadden). The

Hosting providers in Poland – controversial judgement on active monitoring of content

On 27 May the District Court in Cracow ruled that chomikuj.pl, a hosting provider with over 5 million users, is obligated, once a month, to monitor the Internet through keyword searches for content uploaded by users, with respect to three Polish films “Dzień świra”, “Katyń” and “Wenecja”. Chomikuj.pl will be required to block access to