The IPKat has received a nifty little newsletter called The L.i.n.k., edited by Stephan LeGoueff with an editorial board consisting of the great and the good from Europe and beyond. Though the coverage is mostly of telecommunications and information society issues, there are some IP cases of notice reported.

One in particular caught the IPKat’s eye – a German case in which the Higher Regional Court of Hamm found that the graphics and style sheet of a website were not protected by copyright and therefore that copying them did not constitute infringement. To the IPKat, this has definite similarities to the UK Navitaire v Easyjet case.
L.I.N.K. L.I.N.K. Reviewed by Unknown on Wednesday, August 17, 2005 Rating: 5

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