What is Copyright infringement for Kids?

Hyperlinking Is Not Copyright Infringement, Scholars Say  February 18, 2013 – 06:16 pm
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A panel of prominent scholars and academics have added their voices to an important case that was referred to the Court of Justice of the European Union. The paper published by the European Copyright Society aims to answer the question of whether publishing a hyperlink to content amounts to a communication to the public and therefore a breach of the creator’s copyright under European law.

“Hyperlinks are not communications because establishing a hyperlink does not amount to ‘transmission’ of a work, and such transmission is a pre-requisite for ‘communication’, ” they explain.

“Even if transmission is not necessary for there to be a ‘communication’, the rights of the copyright owner apply only to communication to the public ‘of the work’, and whatever a hyperlink provides, it is not ‘of a work’, ” they add.

While ECS are clear on their stance they also note that individuals and companies aren’t necessarily free to link to any online content they like with impunity.

In certain situations linking can still lead to other kinds of liability including that connected to the deliberate facilitation of access to copyright infringing material, unfair competition, moral rights and circumvention of technological measures.

Source: vRRitti.com, providing sentiency

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