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Fair Dealing Defence Fails In Eight Second Sports Clip Case
England and Wales Cricket Board Limed ('ECB') and Sky UK Limited ('Sky') own copyrights in television broadcasts and films of most cricket matches played by the England men's and women's cricket teams in England and Wales.
UK
8 Jun 2016
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Lights, Camera, Reaction To ACTRA's New National Commercial Agreement
ACTRA's new National Commercial Agreement (which is now in force and is not set to expire until June 30, 2017) includes important amendments to its previous version, as outlined in the Memorandum of Settlement.
Canada
25 Mar 2015
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Russia Targets Loud Commercials With New "CALM" Law
On Nov. 5, 2014, the Russian government passed a "CALM" law in an attempt to get some relief from excessively loud commercials.
Russian Federation
8 Jan 2015
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Federal Court Awards $10.5 Million In Damages For Copyright Infringement Of Family Guy And The Simpsons
The Federal Court of Canada awarded statutory and punitive damages for the copyright infringement of the popular programs Family Guy and The Simpsons.
Canada
10 Mar 2014
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Providing Copies Of Works To Consumers By Online Streaming Services Is "Communicating" Of Works "To The Public" By Telecommunication: Rogers Communications Inc. v. SOCAN (2012 SCC 35)
The central issue in the Rogers case was whether the delivery of musical works via the internet constitutes communication of the musical works "to the public" by telecommunication, within the meaning of paragraph 3(1)(f) of the Copyright Act, such that copyright right holders should receive compensation.
Canada
23 Jul 2012
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Supreme Court Of Canada Confirms A Two-Part Approach To Fair Dealing Analysis And Finds That Providing Online Previews Of Musical Works Constitutes Fair Dealing Research: SOCAN v. Bell Canada (2012 SCC 36)
The issue before the Court was whether music previews available to consumers through commercial music stores on the Internet were covered by the fair dealing exception such that no royalties should be paid to copyright owners.
Canada
23 Jul 2012
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A Few Words From The Regulators…
In December 2012, the Office of the Privacy Commissioner (OPC) announced a new guideline on behavioural advertising.
Canada
21 Feb 2012
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