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Making the Online News: Ofcom raises concerns over Big Tech and future of Media Plurality in the UK

On 16 November, Ofcom (the UK communications regulator) published the “Media plurality and online news” report, which examines the influence of online intermediaries (including...

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Stream TV Networks v. SeeCubic: Delaware court rejects “board only” insolvency exception

In Stream TV Networks, Inc. v. SeeCubic, Inc., the Delaware Supreme Court reversed the Delaware Court of Chancery’s finding that the board of Stream TV Networks, Inc. (Stream) could...

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It’s here now: European Parliament adopts Digital Services Act
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Following the political agreement reached earlier this year, the European Parliament has now adopted an updated draft of the upcoming Digital Services Act (DSA). The bill is expected to be...

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Ofcom issues call for evidence on loosening UK TV advertising rules for public service broadcasters

In June, Ofcom announced a review of broadcasting rules relating to the frequency and length of advertising on public service broadcasting channels in response to evolving viewing habits...

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Proof in Trial: Appellate Edition: Holmes v. Winter

Jana Winter was a tenacious reporter used to breaking news. When a mass shooting occurred in a movie theater in Colorado, she jumped on the first plane out. As Jana delved into the story,...

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UK government publishes plans to overhaul broadcasting regulatory landscape to protect PSBs
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Today, the UK government has published a White Paper setting out its vision for the future of the UK broadcasting industry. The White Paper includes plans to make significant changes to the ...

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Shaping the EU’s Digital Future: EU Parliament adopts amended draft Digital Services Act
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In December 2020, the EU Commission had published its first draft for the Digital Services Act (DSA) – laying the foundations for its ambitious plan to reshape Europe’s...

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Fighting misinformation - EU launches public consultation for the European Media Freedom Act

According to the European Commission, freedom of expression (one of the pillars of democracy in Europe) is in jeopardy, as governments and private groups increase pressure on the media.The...

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