DATABASE RIGHTS: THE ECJ SPEAKS


This Press Release was issued today, explaining the effect of the ECJ's four rulings on the protection of databases in the British Horseracing Board and three Fixtures Marketing Ltd cases. Beware: the text of the press release has no legal significance and is not binding on the ECJ or on any other court.
DATABASE RIGHTS: THE ECJ SPEAKS DATABASE RIGHTS: THE ECJ SPEAKS Reviewed by Jeremy on Tuesday, November 09, 2004 Rating: 5

2 comments:

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    Come and check it out if you get time :-)

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