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French media and broadcasting reform: Your roadmap through dense legislative and statutory activity

For the last 18 months, the French Parliament and Government have been working towards adopting a global reform in relation to the media and broadcasting industry. To guide you through the...

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Shaping the EU’s Digital Future: Drafting updates for the Digital Services Act
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In December 2020, the EU Commission published its first draft for the Digital Services Act – and with it its ambitious plan to shape Europe’s digital future. The proposed...

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Spanish Implementation of Copyright Directive is here

Spain has transposed the EU Copyright Directive and has included several amendments to the Spanish Copyright Act. Among the most notable highlights of the new act that sparked debate both...

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Data Governance Act. Blowing away barriers to accessing data held by public entities

The European Union has already enacted several Directives to allow (or mandate) the possibility for companies to access and re-use the data held by EU public administrations in the European ...

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Non-fungible tokens: NFTs and the silence of the EU legislator

You might expect that the European Commission, eager to act as an innovative regulator, would have non-fungible tokens, NFTs, firmly on their radar and to have dedicated a relevant...

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A general introduction to technology disputes in Mexico

In Mexico, disputes involving technological assets tend mainly to concern the unauthorised manufacture, use and sale of software and inventions. Unfortunately, Mexico is a country that...

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Regional Court of Hamburg: “Re-Pin” on Pinterest can constitute a copyright infringement

The Regional Court of Hamburg, in a decision of 12 November 2020, had to decide whether a re-pin of a photo on the platform “Pinterest” could constitute a copyright...

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Filesharing, copyright trolls and storage of traffic data to fight copyright infringement - a colourful bouquet from the CJEU
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In Mircom International Content Management & Consulting Limited v Telenet BVBA (Case C-597/19), a case involving peer-to-peer networks, the CJEU has ruled that the individual...

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EU General Court: Standardisation documents can enjoy copyright protection

The EU General Court (GC) recently ruled on copyright protection for standardisation documents, such as DIN (German Institute for Standardisation) documents. The GC ruled that, under...

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