Industry Strategy for the Enforcement of Copyright Online: A Spectre of Private Regulation for the EU?

European Intellectual Property Review (2018) Vol 40(10) 641-648.

14 Pages Posted: 11 Apr 2018 Last revised: 26 Oct 2018

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Kevin O'Sullivan

University College Cork - School of Law

Date Written: April 3, 2018

Abstract

This article will argue that recent US litigation in BMG v Cox (2018), and Sony v UPC in Ireland (2016), may point to a new entertainment industry strategy pursuing private regulation for copyright enforcement online. Assuming this to be the case, it will weigh that strategy’s prospects for success relative to internet subscriber rights under the EU legal framework.

Keywords: Online Copyright, Piracy, Enforcement, Private Regulation, BMG v Cox, EU Law

Suggested Citation

O'Sullivan, Kevin, Industry Strategy for the Enforcement of Copyright Online: A Spectre of Private Regulation for the EU? (April 3, 2018). European Intellectual Property Review (2018) Vol 40(10) 641-648. . Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3155221

Kevin O'Sullivan (Contact Author)

University College Cork - School of Law ( email )

College Road
Cork, County Cork
Ireland

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