Thursday, April 25, 2019

Will changes to the UK’s Immigration Rules impact the Media/Tech sectors?

The UK economy has recently been boosted by a number of media and technology businesses announcing that they will establish their main international headquarters...

What’s Trending in Media and Sport: Fake News & Internet Regulation

Fake News and the implications of its online dissemination was a major topic of discussion in 2017. In this video, Tobias discusses some of...

GS Media: Where are we now?

One of the more controversial issues in GS Media was the focus by the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) on the...

Singapore: Proposed Digital and Social Media Advertising Guidelines to combat new...

Currently, all advertisements that are published in Singapore have to comply with the Singapore Code of Advertising Practice ("Code"). Administered by the Advertising Standards...

Influencing the UAE – the implications of the new National Media...

World-class brands have recently been resorting to marketing their goods and services on social media platforms through the pages of “followed” and “trending” bloggers...

Do social media accounts pass to heirs?

In 2012, a teenager, who was 15 years old at that time, died in an underground train accident. It was suspected that the teenager...

German Federal Supreme Court rules in favour of ad blockers and...

Since the digital revolution, online advertising has become a fundamental part of the revenue stream of most internet-based media services. This is particularly true...

Ad & Tech Giants step up to tackle the problem of...

The Code is a response to concerns about disinformation in the run-up to the European Parliament elections due to take place in May 2019....

The immediate abolition of Employment Tribunal fees – what does this...

What does this mean in practice? The regime has been ruled to be unlawful and the immediate consequence is that the current Tribunal fees are...

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