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Case Law Luxembourg: Deckmyn v. Vandersteen. Court broadens concept of parody and returns hot potatoes to national court

(2014)
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EU harmonisation of copyright law, EU Court of Justice, parody, Copyright, freedom of expression, HRC

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MLA
Voorhoof, Dirk, and Inger Hoedt-Rasmussen. Case Law Luxembourg: Deckmyn v. Vandersteen. Court Broadens Concept of Parody and Returns Hot Potatoes to National Court. Inforrm’s Blog - The Internatinal Forum for Responsible Media Blog, 2014.
APA
Voorhoof, D., & Hoedt-Rasmussen, I. (2014). Case Law Luxembourg: Deckmyn v. Vandersteen. Court broadens concept of parody and returns hot potatoes to national court. London, UK: Inforrm’s Blog - The Internatinal Forum for Responsible Media Blog.
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Voorhoof, Dirk, and Inger Hoedt-Rasmussen. 2014. “Case Law Luxembourg: Deckmyn v. Vandersteen. Court Broadens Concept of Parody and Returns Hot Potatoes to National Court.” London, UK: Inforrm’s Blog - The Internatinal Forum for Responsible Media Blog.
Chicago author-date (all authors)
Voorhoof, Dirk, and Inger Hoedt-Rasmussen. 2014. “Case Law Luxembourg: Deckmyn v. Vandersteen. Court Broadens Concept of Parody and Returns Hot Potatoes to National Court.” London, UK: Inforrm’s Blog - The Internatinal Forum for Responsible Media Blog.
Vancouver
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Voorhoof D, Hoedt-Rasmussen I. Case Law Luxembourg: Deckmyn v. Vandersteen. Court broadens concept of parody and returns hot potatoes to national court. London, UK: Inforrm’s Blog - The Internatinal Forum for Responsible Media Blog; 2014.
IEEE
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D. Voorhoof and I. Hoedt-Rasmussen, “Case Law Luxembourg: Deckmyn v. Vandersteen. Court broadens concept of parody and returns hot potatoes to national court.” Inforrm’s Blog - The Internatinal Forum for Responsible Media Blog, London, UK, 2014.
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  title        = {{Case Law Luxembourg: Deckmyn v. Vandersteen. Court broadens concept of parody and returns hot potatoes to national court}},
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