Tuesday, August 20, 2019

News in Today: EU Copyright Directive given final approval

The European Parliament has today voted to formally approve the new Copyright Directive. MEPs voted to adopt the text without amendments with 348 votes...

Mining the value of ‘Big Data’ in an era of Artificial...

Francine Cunningham, Senior Public Affairs Manager in Brussels, takes a closer look at the text and data mining exceptions in the proposed EU Copyright Directive, which will go to a final vote this week.

ISP Liability in China – Wechat not required to disconnect a...

In a recent decision issued by the Hangzhou Internet Court on 27 February 2019, the Court finds that Wechat is...

Proposed EU Copyright Directive shifts balance of responsibilities between rights holders...

The proposed EU Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market can be seen as an attempt to apply 'European values' to...
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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).

How much information is enough information? CJEU asked to rule on...

Last week, the German Federal Court of Justice referred a case to the CJEU with respect to the scope of the liability...

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...

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