ISPs win reprieve from EU’s top court
Copyright owners must continue to deal with a patchwork of rules across the EU on the question of whether internet service providers can be forced to hand over data about alleged infringers after a ruling by EU’s top court on Tuesday
In Promusicae v Telefónica de España, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) was asked whether member states are required to lay down an obligation to provide personal data to IP owners to allow copyright owners to launch civil proceedings against...
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