ECJ Opinion – Information Society – Intellectual property rights – Directive 2004/48/EC – Copyright and related rights – Directive 2001/29/EC – Illegal downloading on the Internet – Peer to peer through software peer-to -peer – Filtering system for electronic communications – Mechanism for locking files traded in violation of intellectual property rights – Right to respect for privacy – Privacy – Articles 7 and 8 of the Charter – Article 8 of the ECHR – Directive 95/46/EC – Directive 2002/58/EC – Confidential Communications – Right to freedom of expression – Article 11 of the Charter – Article 10 of the ECHR – Liability of intermediary service providers – General obligation Monitoring information – Directive 2000/31/EC – Rule of law – Limitation of Rights and Freedoms ‘prescribed by law’ – Quality of Law – Rule of Law.
Pedro Cruz Villalon AG
C-70/10,  EUECJ C-70/10
Directive 2001/29/EC, Directive 95/46/EC, Directive 2002/58/EC
Cited – Cartier International Ag and Others v British Telecommunications Plc and Another SC 13-Jun-2018
The respondent ISP companies had been injuncted to stop the transmission of websites which infringed the trade mark rights of the claimants. The ISPs now appealed from the element of the order that they pay the claimants’ costs of implementing the . .
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Updated: 29 July 2021; Ref: scu.433402