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When hyperlinks can infringe copyright

Fionn O'Raghallaigh, London


The High Court in London has ruled that web links and headlines taken from newspapers’ websites are protected by copyright

The decision was handed down by Mrs Justice Proudman on Friday November 26 in a dispute between the Newspaper Licensing Agency (NLA), which licenses the content of eight newspaper publishing houses, and news monitoring service Meltwater News, which was supported...


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