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Hyperlinking decision “strikes a fair balance” but will create burden for some online businesses (Blog)
The European Court of Justice has ruled that posting a hyperlink to works protected by copyright and published without the author’s consent does not automatically constitute a ‘communication to the public’, as long as the person posting the link does not seek financial gain and acts without knowledge that those works have been published illegally.
The 2016 edition of Online Brand Enforcement: Protecting Your Trademarks in the Electronic Environment is now available to view online.
The online challenges faced by trademark counsel and brand protection specialists are in a constant state of flux, with new gTLDs set to expand both the opportunities for, and risks to, brands. To assist trademark counsel in their online policing activities, World Trademark Review is pleased to announce Online Brand Enforcement: Protecting Your Trademarks in the Electronic Environment, the latest title to join the growing WTR portfolio. As well as hard copies being sent to WTR subscribers, the guide has today been published online.
The Anti-Phishing Working Group’s latest report on phishing trends during the first quarter of 2012 has found that, while brand owners have become increasingly vigilant in their defence against the problem, the perpetrators have likewise grown more sophisticated. WTR considers what brand owners can do to combat this ever more complex problem.
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