|Antonio is confused: |
how on earth could one prefer URLs
to titles such as Sortilegio ("spell") or
La forza del desiderio ("the strength of desire")?
|Enforcement v Ecommerce Directive? |
No need for a fight
At the EU level, this might have resulted in a conflict between the Enforcement Directive and the Ecommerce Directive, but EU legislative avoided it: Article 3(2)(a) of the former states in fact that that directive would not affect the latter, notably Article 12 to 15.
This means that the safe harbor provisions of the Ecommerce Directive prevail over the Enforcement Directive, yet within the boundaries set by the Ecommerce Directive itself, in particular at Recitals 42, 43, 45, 46, 47, and 48.
|Don't worry Cecil: |
safe harbors still exist
|... rather than those of courts?|