Top 10 Media, Telecoms, IT, Entertainment Headlines from Europe
The recent release of David Bowie's new album sent a major shock wave through the music industry and caused many 'respectable' and 'serious' programmes and publications to fall over themselves in fawning admiration.
Most of today's IT professionals are aware of the fact that the use of open source software requires compliance with specific open source license terms, but new challenges have emerged as a result of the development of new versions of the General Public Licenses and the combination of GPLs.
Businesses are faced with managing two strands of social media-related risks ,the online persona of the business itself and the use of social media by the employees of the business, and the potential for reputational damage is limitless.
On the 17th April 2013, the UK Supreme Court decided that internet users do not need permission to browse and view copyrighted material via relevant web pages on the internet.
A US district court in New York has recently ruled that ReDigi, the operator of an online marketplace for pre-owned music downloads, is liable for copyright infringement. In a decision earlier this month, a US district court in New York has ruled that ReDigi, the operator of an online marketplace for pre-owned music downloads, is liable for copyright infringement.
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The eBay electronic marketplace or any such other marketplaces or auction sites usually facilitate the purchase and sale of goods over the internet by individuals.
In a recent decision, the Court of Justice of the European Union held that the resale of used software generally cannot be excluded in licence terms.
The ICO has published guidance which highlights the dangers of allowing your employees to use their own devices for work emails and other work related uses.