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Is the CJEU likely to extend the UsedSoft ruling to works other than software?

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Presentation given by Dr. Eleonora Rosati at Copyright and Technology London 2013, October 17, 2013.

Presentation given by Dr. Eleonora Rosati at Copyright and Technology London 2013, October 17, 2013.

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  • 1. Is the CJEU likely to extend the UsedSoft ruling to works other than software? Dr Eleonora Rosati University of Cambridge IPKat poll (28 June – 6 July 2013)
  • 2. 107 votes 15% (17) 27% (29) 57% (61) Yes: CJEU will say that exhaustion applies to tangible and intangible copies of any © subjectmatter No: UsedSoft will not be extended to intangible copies of works other than software Answer will depend on whether CJEU approves of IP owner's conduct :-)
  • 3. eleonorarosati@gmail.com @eleonora_rosati