‘To every cow its calf, to every book its copy’: Copyright and illegal downloading after EMI (Ireland) Ltd and Ors v. Eircom Ltd [2010] IEHC 108

@article{Nagle2010ToEC,
  title={‘To every cow its calf, to every book its copy’: Copyright and illegal downloading after EMI (Ireland) Ltd and Ors v. Eircom Ltd [2010] IEHC 108},
  author={Eva Nagle},
  journal={International Review of Law, Computers \& Technology},
  year={2010},
  volume={24},
  pages={309 - 316}
}
  • E. Nagle
  • Published 1 November 2010
  • Law
  • International Review of Law, Computers & Technology
The decision of EMI (Ireland) Ltd and Ors v. Eircom Ltd [2010] IEHC 108 in the Irish High Court has attracted much interest as it gives effect to the private settlement reached between Eircom (the principal Irish Internet Service Provider) and four record companies, which provides that Eircom will adopt a ‘three strikes’ policy against its Internet subscribers. This means that those subscribers whose Internet protocol addresses have been detected as being the site of continuous illegal… 
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