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William Fry | Ireland | 25 Apr 2018

Mining Big Data

As discussed in our previous article here the Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation has put forward the Copyright and Other Intellectual

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William Fry | Ireland | 8 Dec 2017

Can Video Broadcasting "Kill" the Radio Star?

The High Court, in Fleming & Ors v Teilifís Mhaigh Eo Teoranta ta Irish TV, awarded 150,000 in damages to a plaintiff, his manager, and their

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William Fry | European Union | 27 Sep 2016

Court of Justice Sets out Conditions for Liability in Hyperlinking to Unauthorised Copyrighted Material

In a landmark decision on hyperlinking, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has provided guidance on some features distinguishing legal

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William Fry | European Union | 8 Aug 2016

Piracy of Intellectual Property Rights Causes Significant Losses to Music Industry Each Year

A report published by the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) highlights the substantial losses to the recorded music industry caused

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William Fry | United Kingdom | 12 Apr 2016

Sports Website Guilty of Copyright Infringement

Can 8 seconds of any sporting event constitute a substantial part? If it involves Usain Bolt then the answer is a clear "yes". But what if it is a

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William Fry | USA | 10 Sep 2015

Twitter acts against tweet stealers

Twitter has begun to remove tweets containing allegedly plagiarised jokes. As a result, tweeters will no longer be able to steal the witticisms of

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William Fry | European Union | 4 Feb 2015

CJEU rules mere accessibility enough to confer jurisdiction on a member state court to hear copyright infringement action

A recent ruling by the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has indicated that mere accessibility in a Member State of an allegedly

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William Fry | European Union | 4 Apr 2014

Court confirms not copyright infringement to link to freely available copyrighted works

The EU Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled that website owners may, without the authorisation of copyright holders, redirect internet users, via

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William Fry | European Union | 7 Mar 2014

Court confirms not copyright infringement to link to freely available copyrighted works

The EU Court of Justice has ruled that website owners may, without the authorisation of copyright holders, redirect internet users, via hyperlinks

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William Fry | Ireland | 5 Jul 2013

The Pirate Bay blocked using controversial new law

The Pirate Bay - a notorious torrent sharing site - is to be blocked by mid-July after the High Court ordered six of the country's major internet

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