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European court rules in favour of UK woman who used Greek TV decoder card

There could be implications for the TV and film industries from today’s European Court of Justice’s ruling that said a UK pub landlord didn’t breach UK copyright laws because she used a set top box decoder card to access TV content from Greece.

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