D, Amstrad, manufactured and sold a dual-tape cassette machine, which enabled recordings to be made from one cassette tape to another. C sued on behalf of the record industry, alleging that D had authorised members of public to C’s copyright by virtue of making, advertising and selling the machine. Held:
· See notes. On facts, Amstrad’s adverts heavily implied that machine could be used to make illegal copies
Ø however this is not authorisation of the making of copies.