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Shops, bars and restaurants that provide publicly available Wi-Fi should not be liable for copyright infringement if customers use their networks to access pirated material, a senior official at Europe’s highest court has said.
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Wi-Fi; CJEU; Sony; piracy; Maciej Szpunar; Court of Justice of the European Union; copyright