“Public communication of a work on the internet in EU law (Directive 2001/29 vs Directive 2019/790) – is there ‘an’ identifiable scope for this right?”

Issue 1/2022 of Bialystok Legal Studies published an article by Dr. Michał Markiewicz titled: “Public communication of a work on the Internet in EU law (Directive 2001/29 vs. Directive 2019/790) – is there an “identifiable” scope of this right?”. The issues related to the interpretation of the scope of copyright on the Internet are not only, to put it mildly, not obvious, but are further complicated by the implementation of the DSM Directive. In the article the author draws attention inter alia to selected inconsistencies in the case law of the Court of Justice of the EU. We invite you to read. http://bsp.uwb.edu.pl/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/173_Book-BSP-27-nr-1.pdf