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A ruling by the EU's highest court could mean that businesses have to take multiple cases across Europe if they want to claim damages for copyright infringement, an expert has said. 27 Jan 2015
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Computerised air travel booking systems must present consumers with details of the total cost of flights and other air services from the first time the prices of those services are displayed, the EU's top court has ruled. 16 Jan 2015
Online aggregators that engage in 'screen scraping' face a threat to their business models following a ruling by the EU's highest court, an expert has said. 15 Jan 2015
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