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Europe Daily Bulletin No. 12743

18 June 2021
Contents Publication in full By article 23 / 31
COURT OF JUSTICE OF THE EU / Digital
Recording of IP addresses to enable an intellectual property owner to make a claim for compensation is legal under certain conditions
Brussels, 17/06/2021 (Agence Europe)

The systematic recording of users’ IP addresses and the communication of their names and postal addresses to the owner of intellectual property rights in order to enable a claim for compensation to be made are admissible under certain conditions. This is what the Court of Justice of the EU ruled on Thursday 17 June in case C-597/19.

This case concerns a request for information from the company Mircom International Content Management & Consulting Limited to the internet service provider

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