El futuro incierto de la regulación española de la compensación equitativa por copia privada.

The so-called "digital levy" -its name must be fair compensation for the private copying exception- has been examined recently by European and Spanish judges, having obtained rether negative results. The impact of the three judgments in the Spanish media has been huge, due to the popular interest th... Deskribapen osoa

Egile nagusia: Minero Alejandre, Gemma
Formatua: Artikulua
Hizkuntza: Gaztelania
Argitaratua: Dykinson 2010
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Laburpena: The so-called "digital levy" -its name must be fair compensation for the private copying exception- has been examined recently by European and Spanish judges, having obtained rether negative results. The impact of the three judgments in the Spanish media has been huge, due to the popular interest that this kind of measures awakens -in contrast with the general apathy to intellectual property laws-. The case "SGAE v. Padawan" seems to be only the beginning of a long legislative and case-law "saga", in order to face up to reality in the changeable cultural sector, which habits are far from being similar to those existing a decade ago, when the Directive was introduced.