Judgement of the Court of Justice of the EU in the cases Google France and Google (C-236/08, 237/08 and 238/08) on Intellectual property
End production: 23/03/2010 First transmission: 23/03/2010
On 23 March 2010, Vassilios Skouris, President of the Court of Justice of the EU, pronounced his judgment in the cases Google France and Google (C-236/08, 237/08 and 238/08) on Intellectual property.
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||Exterior views of the European Court of Justice, in Luxembourg (3 shots)
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||Arrival of the Judges of the Court of Justice of the EU
||Soundbite by Vassilios Skouris, President of the Court of Justice of the EU (in FRENCH) reading the judgment in the cases C-236/08, C-238/08, and C-238/08 Google France v Louis Vuitton (Intellectual Property). He states a search engine is not accountable for search results that are not leading to the company itself or to economically related organizations, additionally, there has been no "use" of brand name by saving that brand name in databases in order to offer search results, and finally a search engine has to make sure that their database only contains links that are in compliance with the law.
||Exterior view of the European Court of Justice, in Luxembourg