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CJEU clarifies contractual limits on database use

Emma Barraclough, London


Businesses that put together databases of information can place contractual limits on how the information is used, as long as the database is not protected by copyright or sui generis rights, the Court of Justice of the EU ruled today

CJEU building, LuxembourgThe Court (right) had been asked by the Dutch Supreme Court to consider a dispute between budget airline Ryanair and a Dutch price comparison and booking website called PR Aviation.

PR Aviation used an automated system to extract flight information...


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