Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Fast cars and soggy bottoms – are format rights worth their...

What is left once TV stars quit? Earlier this year, the producers of the Great British Bake Off (GBBO) - a wildly popular baking show...
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Data mining, AI and Media: A brave new world?

As the real world continues to take surreal twists and turns, our imaginations have been captured by something seemingly not-of-this-world: artificial intelligence (AI).

Can a language klingon to copyright?

Battle lines are being drawn in the US regarding whether or not a (made up) language, in this case ‘Klingon’ as used in the...

Singapore jumps on the fake news bandwagon

Singapore is the latest country to jump on the fake news bandwagon. A public consultation has been launched to gather feedback on the principles...

What’s Trending in Media and Sport

Change is constant within the media, entertainment and sport industries, and this process has only been accelerated by the influence of digital technologies. These...

Audiovisual sector in France: French Competition Authority urges the Government to...

Current audiovisual framework in France Aiming at preserving cultural and media pluralism, the current French audiovisual framework imposes significant obligations on French TV operators, in...

UPDATED: Brexit and the Reciprocity Gap

In our 3 part video series on Brexit implications for media businesses we touched on some of the issues which the industry will be...

Open Wi-Fi and copyright – the CJEU McFadden decision

Open Wi-Fi and copyright - the CJEU McFadden decision The CJEU yesterday delivered its judgment in McFadden, concerning the liability for user copyright infringement of...

The Swedish police may not search IT equipment of the Swedish...

The Swedish Supreme Court recently rejected a request from the Prosecutor-General for a search warrant against certain IT equipment stored at the Swedish newspaper...

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