Thursday, March 21, 2019

How to protect journalism in the digital age? The Cairncross Review...

The Cairncross Review was asked to consider the sustainability of the production and distribution of high-quality journalism in a market which has...

EU Copyright Directive: Consolidated text now available

After a long period of intense lobbying, it was announced that EU negotiators had finally reached a political agreement on 13 February...

Final report published following the UK Government’s inquiry into disinformation and...

The Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee published yesterday its final report in an inquiry on Disinformation and 'fake news' that calls...

All the news that’s not fit to print: EU increases pressure...

In the countdown to the European Parliament elections in May, the corridors in Brussels and Strasbourg echo with anxious talk not only about populist candidates...

European Commission names and shames IPR offenders on new Watch...

What is the Watch List? The Watch List realises one of the "comprehensive package...

Rebel Wilson’s High Court defamation bid fails, bringing Wilson v Bauer...

Back in September 2017, Ms Wilson won her defamation claim against Bauer over several articles published in and on various Australian magazines and websites...

The Witcher Saga: the author’s quest for additional royalties from video...

On 2 October, CDPR published a statement in which it referred to the letter it received from Sapkowski’s attorneys. The letter claims that the...

News in Today: European Parliament adopts its position on Copyright Directive

Rights holders will be pleased as the Directive is intended to strengthen their ability to negotiate royalty payments from online platforms that use their...

CJEU rules that re-posting a photograph without explicit consent may infringe...

The CJEU in its decision did not follow the opinion of the Attorney General, who came to the recommendation not to consider the specific...

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