Advocate General tackles copyright levy questions
The CJEU’s Advocate General has advised the EU’s top court how to balance the rights of individuals to make private copies and the rights of IP owners to receive compensation in an opinion on copyright levies
Advocate General Eleanor Sharpston yesterday issued her opinion in a dispute between German collecting society VG Wort and a group of companies that manufacture printers and computers.
European law requires member states give authors the right to allow or prevent...
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