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Brexit And Copyright Law
At the end of March the European Commission issued a "Notice to Stakeholders. Withdrawal of the United Kingdom and EU Rules in the Field of Copyright." ....
European Union
2 May 2018
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ITV & Others v TVCatchup – Advocate General's Opinion Makes Light Work Of Court Of Appeal's Uncertainty As To The Meaning Of ‘Access To Cable Of Broadcasting Services'
In the previous instalment of this dispute the UK CA referred questions to the CJEU on the meaning of the expression access to cable of broadcasting services used in Article 9 of Directive 2001/29/EC.
UK
22 Sep 2016
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The Implications Of Brexit On The Entertainment And Media Industry
While the United Kingdom will not leave the European Union overnight, it is important to consider what the result of the Brexit referendum means to the entertainment and media industry.
UK
27 Jul 2016
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Updating The AVMS Directive: Making VoD Services Pay?
Our latest client alert on the European Commission's Digital Single Market strategy sets out some of the key aspects of the most recent proposal from the Commission relating to the Audiovisual Media Services Directive...
European Union
22 Jun 2016
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Implementation Of The CRM Directive – What Does It Mean For Music Users?
In 2014, the new Directive concerning the collective management of copyright was introduced. The Directive sought to overhaul the law regulating collecting societies and other rights management organisations in Europe.
UK
21 Mar 2016
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Ofcom Publishes New Media Plurality Measurement Framework Advice
What is media plurality? Media plurality is defined by Ofcom as: ..
UK
12 Nov 2015
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Update On The European digital single market
In May 2015 the European Commission (EC) announced its strategy for a European ‘digital single market' (DSM) that mirrors the possibilities of the physical single market.
UK
24 Oct 2015
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The European Digital Single Market: Where Are We Now?
It has been a busy few months for the European Commission. When the Commission announced its plans for the digital single market (DSM) on 6 May, many commentators and stakeholders felt that it provided more questions than answers.
UK
22 Oct 2015
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Public Service Broadcasting In The UK: Ofcom's Third Review
Ofcom published its third review of public service television broadcasting on Wednesday, 2 July. Ofcom is required to review the performance of public service broadcasters periodically. Its last review was published in 2009.
UK
8 Jul 2015
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European Commission Releases Digital Single Market Strategy
On May 6th, The European Commission released it’s much anticipated white paper on its "digital single market’ strategy.
European Union
8 May 2015
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The European Commission’s Digital Single Market Strategy: Challenges Ahead For The Media Industries
After being elected as President of the European Commission in June last year, Jean-Claude Juncker made the realisation of a European ‘digital single market’ a top priority.
European Union
8 May 2015
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ITV & Others v TVCatchUp: In The Latest Instalment In This Long Running Dispute, The UK Courts Have Again Referred This Case To The CJEU
The three presiding Court of Appeal judges (LJs Kitchin, Underhill and Arden) dismissed TVC’s appeal, rejecting all arguments that section 73 extended to transmission to mobile devices via mobile networks.
UK
1 Apr 2015
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Home Or Away: The CJEU Confirms That Foreign Online Infringers Can Be Sued In Your Local Court
Your copyright is being infringed by an online company based outside the UK and you want to take action.
UK
20 Feb 2015
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The New Private Copying Exception: The UK Music Industry Wants To Be Paid For It
Three UK music industry organisations, the Musician’s Union, the British Academy of Songwriters, Composers and Authors, and UK Music, have recently launched a legal action seeking leave to apply for judicial review of the UK’s new copyright exception for private copying.
UK
16 Dec 2014
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Linking To Content Made Freely Available Does Not Infringe Copyright
In an eagerly awaited ruling handed down on 13 February 2014 the Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU) has decided that the owner of a website may, without the authorisation of the copyright holders, hyperlink to copyright-protected content that is "freely accessible" on another website. This
UK
17 Feb 2014
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EU Commission To Investigate Cross-Border Pay-TV Movie Services – A New Murphy’s Law?
The European Commission has commenced antitrust proceedings against several prominent European pay-TV service providers and major U.S. film studios including Sony Pictures Entertainment, NBCUniversal, Warner Bros. and Paramount Pictures.
European Union
3 Feb 2014
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Collecting Societies Join Forces To Modernise Music Licensing In Europe
On 17 June 2013, three European music collecting societies announced that they would collaborate to "simplify national and pan-European music licensing and processing".
UK
30 Aug 2013
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High Court Confirms That Operators Of A Live Sports Indexing Website Infringe FAPL’s Copyright
Following high-profile injunctions awarded last year against the major ISPs requiring them to block access to peer-to-peer (P2P) file sharing sites Newzbin2 and The Pirate Bay, in a new site blocking decision delivered on 16 July 2013 regarding the FirstRow website, the High
UK
7 Aug 2013
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Premier League Football: Showings Of Foreign Broadcasts In UK Pubs. The High Court Decides
On 3 February 2012, the English High Court (Kitchin LJ) handed down its judgment in the case of Football Association Premier League Ltd and Others v QC Leisure and Others [2012] EWHC 108 (Ch).
UK
2 Mar 2012
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