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Global Media Technology and Communications Quarterly - AutumnWinter 18

USA - December 31 2018 New laws and proposals are being introduced all around the world focusing on the protection of privacy and data in the Digital Economy. Hot on the...

Eduardo Ustaran, Timothy P. Tobin, Eugene Low, Sherry Gong, Jason Lohr, Valerie Kenyon, Roy G. Zou, Adrian Emch, Andrew McGinty, Peter Watts, Winston Maxwell, Trey Hanbury, Mark Parsons, Mark Brennan.

No deal Brexit and Copyright - Part 1: Broadcasting and online content services

United Kingdom, European Union - November 23 2018 On 26 October 2018, the UK government published a draft version of a statutory instrument (Copyright SI) and explanatory note together with guidance...

Alastair Shaw.

What does the Withdrawal Agreement say about IP?

United Kingdom, European Union - November 15 2018 On November 14, UK Cabinet backed the Withdrawal Agreement and Political Declaration on the Future Relationship agreed between the respective...

Clare Matheson.

Can a taste be protected by copyright in Europe?

European Union - July 30 2018 This is, in essence, the fundamental question that has been submitted to the CJEU in the case C-31017 (Levola Hengelo v. Smile Foods). The opinion of...

Alastair Shaw, Dr. Nils Rauer.

A second market for “used” e-books - CJEU will decide

European Union - July 27 2018 Ever since the European Court of Justice (CJEU) in its highly regarded UsedSoft ruling declared the resale of “used” software admissible (dated 3 July...

Alastair Shaw, Dr. Nils Rauer.