“Does the embedding, within one's own website, of another person's work made available to the public on a third-party website, in circumstances such as those in the main proceedings [can any German readers provide more background information?], constitute communication to the public within the meaning of Article 3(1) of Directive 2001/29/EC, even where that other person's work is not thereby communicated to a new public and the communication of the work does not use a specific technical means which differs from that of the original communication?”
|Merpel's favourite meaning |
of the verb "to embed":
"To enclose snugly or firmly"
UPDATE (h13:50): from Katfriend Dr Ulrich Hildebrandt (Lubberger ∙ Lehment) comes this helpful link to background information about the case. Thanks Ulrich!