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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Austria, Central & South America, etc. | 17 Aug 2022

Competition and antitrust: key compliance updates (21 Jul – 17 Aug)

China’s Antimonopoly Law takes effect, Meta is accused of “buying its way to the top” of the VR market, and New Zealand allows news outlets to negotiate content access with digital platforms – plus other key updates.
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Wiggin LLP | United Kingdom | 22 Jul 2022

Ofcom seeks views on levelling TV advertising rules across PSB and on-demand/streaming channels

Ofcom is seeking evidence to help determine whether there is a need to reform rules that restrict the amount of advertising shown on public service broadcaster (PSB) TV channels. As Ofcom set out in its review of public service media "Small Screen: Big Debate", advertising regulation is an important area affecting the financial sustainability of PSBs. Against this backdrop, Ofcom says that it......
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Wiggin LLP | United Kingdom | 29 Apr 2022

BPI publishes analysis showing fourth consecutive year of growth for indie music

New analysis from the British Phonographic Industry (BPI) shows that independently released music is thriving and enjoyed its fourth consecutive year of growth in 2021. The collective share of music consumption in the United Kingdom attributable to independent labels rose to 26.9% in 2021. This was up from 25.9% in 2020 and is markedly higher than the 22.1% figure registered in 2017. The BPI......
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Mattos Filho Veiga Filho Marrey Jr e Quiroga Advogados | Brazil | 18 Mar 2022

Brazilian Advertising Council ruling discusses algorithm-based advertising

The Brazilian Advertising Self-Regulation Council (Conar) recently analysed a groundbreaking case involving advertising based on algorithms and artificial intelligence. Motivated by a consumer complaint, Representation No. 203/2021 concerned an ad for a video streaming platform. Considering the popularity of algorithm-based advertising, Conar's ruling under Representation No. 203/2021 is......
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A & K Metaxopoulos & Partners Law Firm | Greece | 7 Mar 2022

Greek collecting societies are not entitled to collect equitable remuneration for artists and producers not represented by them by contract or mandate

In a recent decision, the First-Instance Court of Athens held that the presumption of the law is rebuttable and that, as a result, Greek collective management organisations (CMOs) are not entitled to collect the equitable remuneration on behalf of rights holders that are not represented by them – they are only allowed to do so when such rights holders have specifically assigned their rights......
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Lexology PRO | Canada, European Union, Germany, etc. | 9 Feb 2022

Competition and antitrust: key compliance updates (27 Jan– 9 Feb)

Canada reviews its competition regime to reflect the digital economy, Ireland publishes its competition amendments bill, and the UK CMA fines Meta £1.5 million for merger disclosure failures - plus other key updates
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IP Law Galli | Italy | 13 Dec 2021

New dynamic injunctions issued in Italy

In two orders granted this year, the Company and IP Division of the Court of Milan has issued preliminary injunctions against a number of internet service providers that provided mere conduit services used to broadcast live football matches in violation of the rights of the claimants and their exclusive licensee, which intervened in the proceedings.
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Wiggin LLP | United Kingdom | 10 Dec 2021

Copyright (Rights and Remuneration of Musicians, Etc.) Bill laid before Parliament

The Private Member's Bill seeks to amend the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 to introduce equitable remuneration for the making available of sound recordings for performers, thereby addressing the issue of equitable remuneration for artists when their music is streamed by providers such as Spotify.
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Mirandah Asia | Singapore | 25 Oct 2021

English Premier League aims to boot out online piracy in Singapore

In 2019, the English Premier League (EPL) opened an office in Singapore which primarily aims to "fight piracy of Premier League content and support broadcast partners". Against the backdrop of many fans turning to pirate internet streaming options as a result of high prices, it is understandable why the EPL's corporate focus is on raising awareness of the dangers of online piracy, while......
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Lexology PRO | United Kingdom | 19 Oct 2021

CMA set to scrutinise music streaming platforms in latest digital market study

The UK’s Competition and Markets Authority has announced plans to study the country’s music streaming market, although it is yet to finalise the exact scope of its review.
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