For this purpose, one must decide whether a copy within the meaning of the Directive exists (cf. most recently, ECJ, Judgment of 1 December 2011, Painer/Standard, C-145/10, EU:C:2011:798, para. 36, 95 et seq.; Judgment of 22 January 2015, Allposters, C-419/13, EU:C:2015:27, para. 24 et seq.), whether that case-law is transferable to copies of phonograms, and whether the justification of an interference with the phonogram producer’s rights is governed exhaustively (cf. ECJ, Judgment of 3 September 2014, Vrijheidsfonds, C-201/13, EU:C:2014:2132, para. 14 et seq.; Judgment of 27 February 2014, OSA, C-351/12, EU:C:2014:110, para. 36; on this point, Leistner, Gewerblicher Rechtsschutz und Urheberrecht – GRUR 2014, p. 1145 <1149>; von Ungern-Sternberg, GRUR 2015, p. 533 <536 et seq.>).