Edited by Paul Torremans
Chapter 5: The right of ‘communication to the public’ in the European Union
This chapter examines how the ‘right of communication to the public’, as harmonised in the various European copyright directives, is interpreted by the Court of Justice of the European Union, where it is coming from (the Berne Convention) and where it may lead in the future. It raises some questions and some concerns, without being exhaustive or final. Keywords: EU, Copyright Directives, Communication to the public, Interpretation by CJEU, Berne Convention
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