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- is primarily responsible for the making of acts of reproduction and communication to the public; and
- in any case, is not eligible for the safe harbour protection in the Ecommerce Directive.
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under Directive 2015/1535
The answer might be 'inapplicability' of relevant provisions. The CJEU clarified that this would be the effect of the failure by a Member State to notify draft technical regulations before they are adopted in its 1996 decision in CIA Security, and confirmed this in its 2000 Unilever judgment.
Ultimately, the right of appointed collecting societies to license the reproduction and making available of images via automated image referencing services could be unenforceable. So automated image referencing services might not have to secure a licence after all.
But what do readers think?