Jun 10, 2014
European court rules that viewing web pages does not infringe copyright
The 1990s were a bit weird. France won the World Cup. 90210. "Under Construction" animated gifs.
EU Court Finds That Web Browsing Doesn't Violate Copyright Law
NEWS ANALYSIS: The European Union Courts of Justice throws out a convoluted copyright case in which a publisher claimed that the act of looking at material published on the Internet was actually illegal copying.
Viewing a Web page isn't copyright infringement, top EU court rules
Europeans can continue browsing the Web without fear of breaking copyright law, Europe's top court has determined in a landmark ruling.
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Additional information regarding application for de-listing
As previously announced the Board of Cision AB has decided to apply for a de-listing of the company's share from NASDAQ OMX Stockholm.