I still cannot believe it. Scientific articles were not long ago sold for 20+ EUR per piece. Now they are available for free. On Google. Continue reading here.
I cannot say it often enough: Internet will ultimately kill Copyright. Continue reading here.
We all know the Google Search page and we probably use it on a daily basis, mostly the Google standard search function and only occasionally the Google image search. Here… read more →
Copyright infringement on a massive scale happens in the public, right under our noses, in the full light of the day. And apparently, nothing can be done against it. This… read more →
I believe that the collapse of enforcing Copyrights against end-users and retailers is not far away. In September 2016, the Delhi High Court (India) defends photocopying of university textbooks. Continue… read more →
The European Court of Justice (CJEU or ECJ) yesterday gave judgment in McFadden (C-484-14) on the liability for user copyright infringement of those providing free Wi-Fi connections, see here http://curia.europa.eu/jcms/upload/docs/application/pdf/2016-09/cp160099en.pdf… read more →
Martin Schweiger has published an article on LinkedIn. Court decisions based on Copyright claims are very difficult to enforce against infringers, especially when the infringers can easily run away –… read more →
Martin Schweiger has published an article on LinkedIn. “Since a short time back, there are cases known in Singapore where Copyright owners successfully pursue individuals who download their movies over… read more →