Liliia Oprysk

Liliia Oprysk
University of Bergen | UiB · Faculty of Law

PhD in Law

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The thesis deals with the dissemination rights under the EU copyright acquis and explores how the established approaches to defining their appropriate scope have been challenged by the developments of technology and the CJEU jurisprudence. It advances the idea that the assumption under Article 3(3) of the InfoSoc Directive is outdated and suggests...
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<Available via the following link: https://rdcu.be/b4JMk> The recently adopted Digital Content Directive laid down some core rules concerning contracts for the supply of digital content to consumers. The Directive entitles consumers to use remedies for lack of conformity of content when the restrictions on its use breach reasonable consumer expect...
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Since the adoption of the InfoSoc Directive, the CJEU has been dealing with a variety of questions on the interpretation of the broad right of communication to the public. A substantial share of the references for a preliminary ruling concerns secondary communication, which relies on communication initially authorised by the right holder. Despite t...
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The EU Digital Content Directive sets out to facilitate the cross-border distribution of digital content and ensure a high level of consumer protection by harmonising certain aspects concerning contracts for the supply of digital content. The Directive acknowledges the variety of licensing agreements involved in the distribution of digital content,...
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A reference for a preliminary ruling on the applicability of exhaustion of the right of distribution under the Copyright Directive to e-books reached the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU), putting copyright exhaustion once again under the spotlight in the EU. In light of the Court’s tendency to extend the scope of the right of communica...
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A comment on the CJEU judgment in C-166/15 in Ranks&Vasiļevičs (Microsoft Corp.)
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The justification of applying the exhaustion doctrine to intangible copies of copyright protected works is widely discussed in scholarly circles. The discussion mainly concerns the relevant provisions of the international treaties and rationale of the exhaustion doctrine under EU law. However, little attention is paid to the question regarding how...
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Cloud-based services (especially IaaS) are widely used by businesses, including small and medium-sized enterprises. The recently adopted General Data Protection Regulation is going to influence the EU cloud computing market significantly, and SMEs using IaaS to process personal data of their clients face a need to adapt to those changes if they are...

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