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Title:MEDNARODNA PRISTOJNOST GLEDE KRŠITVE OSEBNOSTNIH PRAVIC NA INTERNETU – VPLIV ODLOČBE SODIŠČA EU V ZADEVI E-DATE ADVERTISING IN MARTINEZ
Authors:Pleteršek, Rok (Author)
Repas, Martina (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:PF - Faculty of Law
Abstract:Internet je globalen medij, ki ne pozna meja in preko katerega se informacije distribuirajo bistveno drugače, kot na primer v tiskanih medijih, na radiu in na televiziji. Diplomsko delo obravnava vpliv deliktov storjenih preko interneta na določitev mednarodne pristojnosti sodišč v okviru Uredbe št. 44/2001 z dne 22. december 2000 o pristojnosti in priznavanju ter izvrševanju sodnih določb v civilnih in gospodarskih zadevah. Avtor predstavi analizo in pomen odločbe Sodišča Evropske unije v združeni zadevi eDate Advertising GmbH proti X in Oliver Martinez in Robert Martinez proti MGN Limited, v kateri je Sodišče EU prvič postavilo smernice določanja mednarodne pristojnosti, zaradi kršitev osebnostnih pravic na internetu. Odločba Sodišča EU v združeni zadevi je pomemben mejnik, v okviru katere je Sodišče EU omogočilo, da je celotno škodo mogoče uveljavljati tudi v kraju, kjer je težišče spora. S tem je na novo definiralo pravila o tem, sodišče katere države je pristojno za reševanje spora zaradi posega v čast in dobro ime zaradi objave informacij na spletu.
Keywords:eDate Advertising GmbH proti X, Oliver Martinez in Robert Martinez proti MGN Limited, Shevill, kršitev osebnostnih pravic, kiberprostor, mednarodna pristojnost sodišč, Bruseljska uredba I.
Year of publishing:2014
Publisher:[R. Pleteršek]
Source:Maribor
UDC:341.2(043.2)
COBISS_ID:4807979 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:NGLSLSAN
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Language:English
Title:International jurisdiction regarding infringements of personality rights on the internet – the impact of the decision of ECJ in the case of e-Date Advertising and Martinez
Abstract:The Internet is a global medium that knows no borders and through which information is distributed substantially different as, for example, in the printed media such as radio or television. The goal of this graduate paper is to discuss the impact of delicts committed via the internet to determine the international jurisdiction under Regulation No 44/2001 of 22 December 2000 on jurisdiction, recognition and enforcement of court decisions in civil and commercial matters. The author presents the analysis and the significance of the decision of the European Court of Justice (hereinafter the ECJ) in Joined Cases eDate Advertising GmbH v X and Oliver Martinez and Robert Martinez v MGN Limited, in which for the first time the ECJ provided guidelines for establishing the international jurisdiction for infringement of personal rights on the internet. The decision of the ECJ in Joined Cases is an important milestone because according to the ECJ the compensation can be also claimed in the place where the harmful event occurred. This is how the rules of the ECJ about decision concerning which country has jurisdiction to resolve the dispute on infringement of personality rights because of publication of information on the internet, were newly defined.
Keywords:eDate Advertising GmbH v X, Oliver Martinez and Robert Martinez v MGN Limited, Shevill, infringement of personal rights, cyberspace, international jurisdiction, Brussels I Regulation.


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