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Another consultation on copyright?!
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- Should the right of making available to the public be clarified further, in particular with regard to what it covers and where the act of making available takes place? This is a question which - among other things - touches upon intention to target approach vs accessibility criterion, as recently discussed by the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) in Case C-170/12 Pinckney [see here, here, here and here].
- What happens when two exclusive rights are involved in a single act of exploitation? Is this a problem?
- Should hyperlinking and browsing fall within the scope of copyright protection? Again, this is another question which calls into consideration references for a preliminary ruling (still pending) before the CJEU: Case C-466/12 Svensson [here], Case C-279/13 C More Entertainment [here], and C-348/13 BestWater [here] for hyperlinking, and Case C-360/13 Meltwater [here] for internet browsing.
- Digital exhaustion: should you own your downloads? As IPKat readers may recall, this is an issue which is particularly close to the mind and heart of this Kat, especially following last year's CJEU decision in Case C-128/11 UsedSoft [here, here, here, here, here, here ...]
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might actually help you
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