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The CJEU considered whether injunctions issued against, for example, internet service providers (ISPs) requiring them to block access to copyright infringing websites must be specific as to the measures anaccess provider must take and also whether such injunctions are compatible with various EU Directives and fundamental rights.
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A website made films available as downloads or for streaming on anunauthorised basis. Two film production companies sought anorder enjoining UPC Telekabel, anISP, to block the access of its customers to the website by blocking that site’s domain name and current IP address and any other IP address of that site of which UPC Telekabel might be aware.
Austria’s Supreme Court decided that:
UPC Telekabel’s submitted case was that its services could not be considered to be used to infringe a copyright or related right within the meaning of the InfoSoc Directive, art 8(3) because:
The Austrian Supreme
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