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Smart Entertainment, Privacy And The Media Industry
If you are looking forward to a future where you will be able to choose what the main character does next in a movie or TV series, that future has now arrived.
Italy
30 Apr 2019
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EU DSM Copyright Directive: Overview
On March 26, 2019, the EU Parliament eventually adopted the final text of the EU Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market ("EU Copyright Directive"), based on the EU Commission proposal
European Union
30 Apr 2019
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EU DSM Copyright Directive: The Use Of Protected Content By Online Content-Sharing Service Providers
The evolution of digital technologies has changed the way copyright-protected contents are produced, distributed and exploited. In order to govern this economic sector, the EU Commission in September 2016...
European Union
30 Apr 2019
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DSM And "Link-Tax": Protection For Copyright Or For Leading Publishers?
On 26 March 2019, the EU Parliament voted in favour of the new Copyright Directive.
UK
30 Apr 2019
5
Protecting Digital Content With The Blockchain
Blockchain and other distributed ledger technologies (DLTs) are among the most discussed topics today.
Italy
22 Apr 2019
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European Parliament Approves The New Directive On Copyright
After almost three years of intense debates, EU MPs formally passed the new Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market on March 26th, 2019.
UK
8 Apr 2019
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Protecting FinTech
Disruptive financial technologies, such as blockchain, new electronic payment systems and transaction authentication technologies, are changing financial services, raising a number of legal issues FinTech...
Italy
5 Mar 2019
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Agreement On New EU Copyright Rules
The EU Trilogue reached a breakthrough agreement on copyright rules in the Digital Single Market on February 13, 2019.
France
22 Feb 2019
9
Artificial Intelligence: What Kind Of IP Protection?
The best option for protecting AI is the adoption of a mixed-model approach, combining and taking the advantages of each type of IP protection applicable to AI. Here are the main types of IP protection of AI:
Italy
2 Jan 2019
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AI Data Lakes: Top Five Issues To Consider
Datasets processed through AI systems (also "AI Data Lakes") are becoming increasingly popular, with an exponential increase in potential "use cases."
Italy
2 Jan 2019
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"We've Been Banksy'd!" The Artwork Between Self-Destruction And Law. (Italian)
"We've been Banksy'd!" L'opera d'arte tra autodistruzione e diritto.
Italy
18 Oct 2018
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UK Intellectual Property Office (UKIPO) Statement On Possible Hard Brexit
On July 23, the UKIPO updated a declaration regarding the continuous protection of IP-rights, which also refers among other things to trademark rights.
UK
29 Aug 2018
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Modified Set-Top Boxes And Copyright Infringement – Where Do We Stand?
In an important decision for rights holders everywhere, on 26 April 2017, the European Court of Justice (CJEU) ruled that the sale of multimedia devices that have been modified to allow end...
UK
24 May 2017
14
Key Legal Brexit Issues For Retailers
Whilst most retailers are therefore adopting a "wait and see" approach, there is a general consensus that retailers that import heavily will be most affected.
UK
19 Jul 2016
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Digital Single Market Update – Revised Cross-Border Portability Of Online Content Services Proposal Leaked
In December 2015 we published a briefing on the European Commission's proposal and draft Regulation on ensuring the cross-border portability of online content services in the EU.
European Union
25 May 2016
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Interesting Court Decisions In 2015 In The Fields Of IP, IT And Mass Communications: Dentons' Takeaway
Among the many interesting court decisions adopted in 2015 in the areas of intellectual property rights, information technologies and mass media regulation...
Russian Federation
1 Apr 2016
17
UK Media Developments And Predictions For 2016
2015 was an interesting year in the UK media industry and we are already well into the first quarter of what is expected to be a very fascinating and busy 2016.
UK
27 Jan 2016
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Direct Injection Broadcasting – Who Is Communicating To The Public?
Direct injection broadcasting is a two-stage process by which a broadcaster transmits to its distributors programme-carrying signals via a "point to point" private line.
European Union
22 Dec 2015
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Music Rights Management In The Digital Single Market
The IPO is inviting interested parties to submit substantive comments on the legal effect and impact of the Draft Regulations by 10 November.
UK
1 Nov 2015
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EU Consults On The Satellite And Cable Directive
As part of the European Commission's ambitious plan for a Digital Single Market, it proposes to create "a modern, more European copyright law".
European Union
1 Sep 2015
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