ECJ Satellite broadcasting – Broadcasting of football matches – Reception of the broadcast by means of satellite decoder cards – Satellite decoder cards lawfully placed on the market in one Member State and used in another Member State – Prohibition on marketing and use in a Member State – Visualisation of broadcasts in disregard of the exclusive rights granted – Copyright – Television broadcasting right – Exclusive licences to broadcast in a single Member State – Freedom to provide services – Article 56 TFEU – Competition – Article 101 TFEU – Restriction of competition by object – Protection of services based on conditional access – Illicit device – Directive 98/84/EC – Directive 2001/29/EC – Reproduction of works within the memory of a satellite decoder and on a television screen – Exception to the reproduction right – Communication of works to the public in public houses – Directive 93/83/EEC
 EUECJ C-429/08, C-429/08
Directive 93/83/EEC, Directive 2001/29/EC, Directive 98/84/EC
Opinion – Football Association Premier League and Others v QC Leisure and Others; Murphy v Media Protection Services Ltd ECJ 3-Feb-2011
ECJ (Advocate General’s Opinion) (Freedom To Provide Services) Satellite transmission of football matches – Marketing of decoder cards which have been lawfully placed on the market in other Member States – . .
Order – Football Association Premier League and Others v QC Leisure ECJ 16-Dec-2009
ECJ (Order) REFERENCES for a preliminary ruling under Article 234 EC from the High Court of Justice of England and Wales, Chancery Division, and the High Court of Justice of England and Wales, Queen’s Bench . .
Cited – Forensic Telecommunications Services Ltd v West Yorkshire Police and Another ChD 9-Nov-2011
The claimant alleged infringement by the defendant of assorted intellectual property rights in its database. It provided systems for recovering materials deleted from Nokia mobile phones.
Held: ‘the present case is concerned with a collection . .
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European, Media, Intellectual Property
Updated: 11 November 2021; Ref: scu.444961