9 Electric, electrotechnical and electronic apparatus, equipment and instruments, included in class 9; scientific, controlling, measuring, signalling, counting, recording, monitoring, checking, switching and regulating equipment and similar apparatus and instruments; apparatus, instruments and equipment for telecommunications; optical image viewers with three-dimensional graphic representation; apparatus for receiving, recording, transmission, processing, transforming, output and reproduction of data, speech, text, signals, sound and images, including multimedia apparatus; electronic entertainment goods, namely radio and television receivers, sound and/or image recording and reproduction apparatus, including such goods in portable form and for digital image-sound signals; apparatus for interactive television viewing; apparatus for receiving and transforming encoded signals (decoders); aerials and satellite receiver installations; access and key cards for decoders (smart cards); apparatus, including multimedia apparatus, for connecting and controlling audio, video and telecommunications apparatus and computers and printers, including such apparatus with electronic program management and control for interactive television viewing and/or pay TV;apparatus for the digitising, encoding and decoding, compressing and decompressing, scrambling and descrambling, modulation and demodulation of data; remote control apparatus, including remote control apparatus with infrared keyboards; data processing equipment and computers, buffer memories, computer chips, disks, cables, drives, terminals, printers, keyboards, monitors and other peripheral apparatus for computers; computer game accessories comprising disk memories, manual controls and television games apparatus; automatic vending machines, automatic gaming and entertainment machines, including video and computer games (including token or coin-operated);accessories for computers, videos and computer games and similar electronic and electrotechnical apparatus, namely joysticks, manual controls, control apparatus, adapters, modules for expanding functions and extending memory capacity, speech synthesisers, light pens, electronic 3-D spectacles; program recorders, numerical keyboards, floppy disk stations principally comprising floppy disk drives, microprocessors and control electronics; electronic data processing apparatus, including monitors, input apparatus, output apparatus, printers, terminals and memories, including such apparatus being additional apparatus for a main piece of apparatus; electronic data carriers;computer and video game cassettes, floppy disks, cartridges, disks and tapes and other programs and databases recorded on machine-readable data carriers, included in class 9; pre-recorded and blank sound recording carriers, in particular recording discs, compact discs, sound tapes and sound cassettes (compact cassettes); pre-recorded and blank image carriers (included in class 9), in particular videodisks (optical discs), compact discs (CD-videos, CD-ROMs and CDIs), video films, video cassettes and video tapes; exposed films; photo CDs; photographic, cinematographic, optical and teaching apparatus and instruments; pre-recorded magnetic, magnetic optical and optical carriers for sound and/or images; coded telephone cards; parts of the aforesaid goods.
16 Paper, cardboard and goods made from these materials, namely towels of paper, table napkins, filter paper, handkerchiefs of paper, paper decorations, writing paper, packaging containers and bags, wrapping paper; printed matter, namely newspapers, periodicals, comics, magazines, brochures, leaflets, pamphlets, programmes, press folders, books, book sleeves, posters, transparencies, telephone cards, entrance tickets, participant tickets, invitation cards, identity cards; stationery, including writing and drawing implements; office requisites, namely stamps (seals), inking pads, inks, letter openers, paper knives (cutters), letter trays, wastepaper baskets, document files, desk pads, office perforators, stapling presses, paper clips and staples, stickers, including self-adhesive stickers;instructional and teaching material (except apparatus) in the form of printed matter, games, globes, wall boards, drawing implements for wall boards; plastic materials for packaging, namely covers, pouches, bags; foils, including self-adhesive foils and foils for decorative purposes; playing cards and card games, photographs, pictures (prints and paintings); calendars, transfers (including vinyl and iron-on transfers), paper and vinyl stickers, stickers, moulded sound and image carrier containers; cut-out figures and decorations of cardboard;stationery, postcards and greeting cards, trading cards, name plates of paper or cardboard, note books, notice boards, address books, folders, file covers and folders, film hole punch reinforcers, calendars, albums, paperweights, letter openers, note blocks, rulers, erasers, bookmarks; dressmaking patterns and stencils for drawing; rub-on pictures, giftwrap, gift tags of paper and cardboard; self-adhesive plastic film for decorative purposes; sleeves and bags of paper and plastic for packaging; moulded empty video cases; blackboards, adhesives for stationery; writing equipment, in particular ball-point pens and fountain pens, pencil cases (except of leather), pencil boxes, pencil holders, pencil extenders, pencil sharpeners, drawing, painting and modelling goods and apparatus, paint brushes; artists' materials, namely crayons, chalk, palettes and canvasses; typewriters and office requisites (except furniture), dispensing apparatus for adhesive tapes, printers' type, printing blocks; inks; painted works of art on paper, cardboard, wood and textiles; paper party decorations.
35 Negotiating and concluding commercial transactions for others, arranging contracts for the buying and selling of goods, all the aforesaid services included in class 35 and also in combination with communications networks; arranging and allocating of user passwords for users of various communication networks; organisation of trade fairs and exhibitions for commercial or advertising purposes; arranging and conducting of congresses, seminars, lectures and multimedia displays; marketing of advertising time and advertising space for audio-visual, electronic and other media.
38 Organisation and distribution of radio and television broadcasts/programmes via wireless and cable networks; transmitting of film, television, radio, teletext and videotext programmes or broadcasts; arranging and granting access to users for various communications networks, including for interactive applications, in particular for data distribution;gathering, delivering and transmitting messages, press reports and market research data (including using electronic means and/or by computer); transmission of sound and images by satellite; broadcasting processed and unprocessed data by satellite; loading and updating operating software by cable or satellite; broadcasting pay-TV, including video-on-demand, also for others as a digital platform; services relating to telecommunications and an information bank; providing of information to others, broadcasting information via wireless or guided networks; on-line services and transmissions, namely transfer of information and messages including E-mail; operating a teleshopping channel; operating communications networks with the aid of digital multimedia technology, in particular for Internet access, teleshopping and telebanking, including for use with television screens; operation of networks for the transfer of messages, images, text, speech and data; transmission of information, including sound, image and data; transmission of fee data.
41 Production, reproduction, showing and rental of films, videos and other television programmes;production and reproduction of data, speech, text, sound and image recordings on video and/or audio cassettes, tapes and discs (including CD-ROMs and CDIs) and of video games (computer games);demonstration and rental of video and/or audio cassettes, tapes and discs (including CD ROMs and CDIs) and video games (computer games); rental of television receiving apparatus and decoders; teaching, education; entertainment; sporting and cultural activities; organisation and presentation of shows, quizzes and musical events and organisation of competitions in the fields of entertainment and sports, also for recorded programmes or live broadcasts on radio or television; production of television and radio advertising broadcasts, including associated games show broadcasts; organization of competitions in the fields of training, teaching, entertainment and sports; correspondence courses; publishing books, periodicals and other printed matter and associated electronic media (including CD-ROMs and CD-Is); conducting concert, theatre and entertainment events and sports competitions;production of film, television, radio, teletext and videotext programmes or broadcasts, radio and television entertainment, teleshopping broadcasts.
42 Interactive electronic research; issuing, negotiating, rental and other exploitation of rights to films, television and video productions and other image and sound programmes; management and exploitation of copyright and industrial property rights for others; exploitation of film and television ancillary rights in the field of merchandising; recording, storing, processing and reproduction of information, including sound, images and data; licensing, sublicensing or other exploitation of computer-aided subscription accounting systems.