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CJEU: Uber can be required to obtain the necessary transport licences & authorisations under national law
According to Advocate General Szpunar, the Uber electronic platform, whilst innovative, falls within the field of transport: Uber can thus be required to obtain the necessary licences and authorisations under national law Uber cannot claim the benefit of the principle of the freedom to provide services guaranteed by EU law for information society services.
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