Direct injection is a two-step process for offering TV content, which is transmitted privately to distributors, who then offer it publicly. But after which step are royalties due?
When Europeans want to remove their personal history from the internet, how much control should they have over editing?
The Court of Justice of the European Union has been asked to rule on a long-running dispute about the blocking of torrent sites which facilitate access to copyrighted content.
The EU Commission has a cunning plan to force all copyrighted online content to be made available in every EU country.
Mark Zuckerberg has argued that connectivity should be treated as a human right. But what might be the legal basis for enforcing that right?
Legitimate websites and VPN services are at risk, if courts interpret the new law too loosely.
Recent legal decisions demonstrate that Italy and Spain will strictly follow new rules designed to curb internet piracy.
A decision by the Court of Justice of the European Union means TV companies cannot be compensated for lost revenues if hyperlinks are used to circumvent their paywalls.