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Catherine Jasserand-Breeman

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Critical views on the French approach to

Jasserand, C.A.

16-04-2013

Hosting providers’ liability: Cour de Cassation puts an end to the notice and stay down rule

Jasserand, C.A.

In applying the rules on hosting providers' liability, French lower courts have shifted from a notice and take down rule (provided by Article 14 of the E-Commerce Directive and Article 6 of the French implementing law) to a notice and stay down rule (created by the judges). This interpretation was confirmed in 2011 by the Paris Court of Appeal but overruled by the Cour de cassation on 12 July 2012.

26-03-2013

Youtube guilty but not liable for late removal of infringing material

Jasserand, C.A.

The pre-edited version is available on the <a href="http://kluwercopyrightblog.com/"><span style="color:#b22222;">Kluwer Copyright Blog</span></a>

06-11-2012

Answer to the HADOPI's public consultation on

Jasserand, C.A.

15 July 2012, published on Juriscom.net

La réponse au questionnaire de l’HADOPI se focalise sur l’évolution possible du système des exceptions vers une approche ouverte de type fair use et est fondée principalement sur les éléments de réflexions énoncés par le Professeur Bernt Hugenholtz et le Professeur Martin Senftleben dans leur étude «Fair use in Europe. In search of flexibilities».

06-11-2012

Using Copyright to Promote Access to Public Sector Information: A Comparative Survey,

Hugenholtz, P.

Jasserand, C.A.

Part III of a study commissioned by WIPO on Using Copyright to Promote Access to Information and Creative Content.<br /> See also http://www.wipo.int/meetings/en/doc_details.jsp?doc_id=202179

This study, which is part of a three-part report on Using Copyright to Enhance Access to Information and Creative Content, examines the role that copyright plays in facilitating access to and reuse of public sector information. It briefly describes the laws, national policies and government practices relating to the reutilization of public sector information that are currently in place, or being developed, in seven WIPO Member States: France, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, Uganda, United Kingdom and the United States.

05-06-2012

Op weg naar evenwicht: een onderzoek naar zorgplichten op het internet

Abel, W.

Engers, T.M. van

Jasserand, C.A.

van Eijk, N.

Wiersma, C.

In opdracht van het WODC (Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek- en Documentatiecentrum) is onderzoek verricht naar zorgplichten op het internet, meer in het bijzonder vanuit het perspectief van internetserviceproviders. De situatie in vier landen - Nederland, Verenigd Koninkrijk, Duitsland en Frankrijk - is onderzocht. De (zelf)regulering met betrekking tot een vijftal thema's is in kaart gebracht (internetveiligheid, kinderporno, auteursrechten, identiteitsfraude en de handel in gestolen goederen via internetplatforms). Daarnaast is een groot aantal interviews gehouden met betrokken partijen.

09-11-2010

Moving Towards Balance: A study into duties of care on the Internet

Abel, W.

Engers, T.M. van

Jasserand, C.A.

van Eijk, N.

Wiersma, C.

Commissioned by the WODC (Research and Documentation Centre of the Ministry of Security and Justice), research has been conducted on duties of care on the Internet, more specifically from the perspective of Internet service providers. The situation in four countries - the Netherlands, the UK, Germany and France - was researched. The (self-)regulation with respect to five separate themes (Internet security and safety, child pornography, copyright, identity fraud and the trade in stolen goods through Internet platforms) was identified. In addition to this, a significant number of interviews with stakeholders were conducted.

09-11-2010

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