Is it legal to resell ebooks like paper books? Technological advances like blockchain may fill the gaps where legislators and courts struggle to make decisions.
Per Advocate General Szpunar of the Court of Justice of the EU, Uber will have to submit to national transport regulations because it supplies more than information.
The Turin Court of First Instance partly accepted Delta TV’s request for damages for copyright infringement.
The Disney-owned sports media business has cut expensive stars to offset a fall in revenues as customers turn away from cable networks.
The Filmspeler decision has wide implications for the prevention of unauthorized streaming of copyright content.
The Aussie telco’s sloppy handling of patent information led the court to dismiss the application to keep it from the public.
The English Premier League won the right to tell BT, EE, Plusnet, Sky, TalkTalk and Virgin to block specific servers during matches.
The Czech Anti-Piracy Union lost on a technicality, allowing the pirates to claim a symbolic victory.
The ePrivacy Regulation is meant to update privacy rules for electronic comms, addressing issues raised by OTT services and the IoT.
Telcos increasingly make money by exploiting exclusive rights to sports. Is the law on their side?