Acquiring rights in another EU country to work at home not abuse

The Court of Justice held that the single market ability of citizens of the Union to choose the Member State in which they wish to receive the title and the Member State in which they intend to practice their profession is inherent in the exercise of the right guaranteed by the European Union fundamental freedoms.

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Forcing Social Networks To Broadly Monitor Illegal File-Sharing

National courts cannot force social networks to monitor for copyright infringement by users because it would not strike a “fair balance” between the rights of rights holders and the rights of those platforms and its users, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled.

The ECJ assessed EU laws on copyright and the enforcement of [...]