Directive on the legal protection of services based on, or consisting of, conditional access
title=Directive on the legal protection of services based on, or consisting of, conditional access
European Parliament& Council
madeunder=Art. 57(2), 66 & 100a
1998-11-28, pp. 54–57.
1997-10-16, p. 7 C203, 1998-06-30, p. 12
1998-04-27, p. 16
1998-05-18, p. 59]
Directive 98/84/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 November 1998 on the legal protection of services based on, or consisting of, conditional access is a
European Union directivein the field of intellectual propertylaw, made under the internal market provisions of the Treaty of Rome. The Directive covers "conditional access services", which are defined as television or radio broadcasts or internet services to which "access [...] in an intelligible form is made conditional upon prior individual authorisation" and payment. Examples are pay-per-viewand encrypted televisionand internet sites which charge for access.
Member States may not restrict the provision of conditional access services which originate in another Member State [Art. 3(2)] . Devices intended to circumvent the access restrictions are prohibited (Art. 4).
Copyright law of the European Union
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