Hyperlinking – the EU perspective on a challenging issue
The advocate general has published an opinion on hyperlinking which highlights not only how crucial the practice is to the functioning of the Internet, but also how challenging it can be to balance the interests of users and rights holders
Hyperlinking is inherent to the Internet’s function and structure. Its regulation (or not) is crucial not only to copyright and related rights holders, but also to all internet users.
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