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Supreme Court refers questions on temporary web copies to CJEU

Supreme Court refers questions on temporary web copies to CJEU
Published on: 22 April 2013
Published by: LexisPSL
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IP & IT analysis: Do internet users need a licence to access temporary copies of copyrighted material such as websites, on their computer? Ben Allgrove, partner at Baker & McKenzie’s IP Practice Group in London, acted for the appellant. He says the Supreme Court’s decision has far reaching implications for non-commercial users of the internet. or take a trial to read the full analysis.

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