On September 11, the Supreme Court of Cassation in Italy handed down its ruling in Società Consortile Fonografici v Marco Del Corso, a case that a few years ago resulted in an important judgment by the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) on copyright law and, in particular, on the interpretation of the concept of “communication to the public” and rights of compensation.
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Julia Holden, Giulia Cellerini, copyright, CJEU, music, dentist, SCF, Società Consortile Fonografici v Marco Del Corso,