Relevant Page [Patents] Law and Legal Definition

According to 37 CFR 385.11 [Title 37 -- Patents, Trademarks, and Copyrights; Chapter III -- Copyright Royalty Board, Library of Congress; Subchapter E -- Rates and Terms for Statutory Licenses; Part 385 -- Rates and Terms for use of Musical Works Under Compulsory License for Making and Distributing of Physical and Digital Phonorecords; Subpart B -- Interactive Streaming, Other Incidental Digital Phonorecord Deliveries and Limited Downloads], the term relevant page means “a page (including a Web page, screen or display) from which licensed activity offered by a service is directly available to end users, but only where the offering of licensed activity and content that directly relates to the offering of licensed activity (e.g., an image of the artist or artwork closely associated with such offering, artist or album information, reviews of such offering, credits and music player controls) comprises 75% or more of the space on that page, excluding any space occupied by advertising. A licensed activity is directly available to end users from a page if sound recordings of musical works can be accessed by end users for limited downloads or interactive streams from such page (in most cases this will be the page where the limited download or interactive stream takes place).”