The Intellectual Property Court in its criminal judgment dated December 19, 2013 ruled that the defendant who posted a third party’s web address on his webpage so as to allow a third party access to the others’ website via the defendant’s website, is not deemed to be “public transmission” as defined in the Copyright Act, because such acts do not meet the requirement of providing or transmitting “the content of copyrighted works” to the public.  Further, the defendant lacked the intent to aid in the public transmission of an unauthorized motion picture.  Accordingly, the Intellectual Property Court found the defendant not guilty.