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ISPs can be forced to share data in copyright infringement

Intellectual Property Magazine

ISPs can be forced to share data in copyright infringement

The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) hasheld that member states can compel internet service providers (ISPs) tocommunicate personal data to private individuals, in order to be able to bringcopyright infringement proceedings before civil courts.

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