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Internet users should not be required to investigate the copyright status of an image found online and used in relation to teaching purposes, according to an opinion of an advocate general (AG).
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Court of Justice of the European Union, Land Nordrhein-Westfalen v Dirk Renckhoff, Bundesgerichtshof, public communication, online copyright infringement