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EFF: ‘US Copyright law unconstitutional’

EFF: ‘US Copyright law unconstitutional’

Advocacy body the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) – which defends civil liberties in the digital world – has sued the US government on behalf of technology creators and researchers to…

Storks deliver Moments Worth Paying For

Pro-copyright consumer education body the Industry Trust for IP Awareness and Warner Bros. Pictures UK have launched the latest ‘Moments Worth Paying For’ trailer, a collaboration on family animation Storks.…

Russian channels exit Ukraine

The political problems in the Ukraine where Russia has taken control of the Crimea region has led to a reduction in the number of Russian-language channels operating over Ukraine. Russian…

MPs criticise BT Openreach

MPs criticise BT Openreach

A cross-party group of MPs says BT is “significantly under investing” in Openreach, its infrastructure subsidiary. Based on a report – Establishing world-class connectivity throughout the UK – commissioned from…

Hancock handed digital brief

Prime Minister Theresa May’s reallocation of ministerial portfolios has seen Ed Vaizey leave Government and Matt Hancock MP appointed Minister of State responsible for digital policy at the Department for…

DirecTV in more retransmission rows

Saturday night entertainment for NBC viewers on July 16th in the Boston region was not much fun for DirecTV subscribers which had removed the local NBC affiliates. A similar squabble…

Satellite concerns over 5G decision in US

Satellite concerns over 5G decision in US

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has ruled that four terrestrial frequency bands above 24 GHz can be used for new 5G services. It sets the stage for 5G’s expansion in…

Whittingdale out, Bradley in at DCMS

Whittingdale out, Bradley in at DCMS

John Whittingdale has left his post as Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport under the rearrangment of the UK Government’s Cabinet portfolios under new Prime Minister Theresa May.…

Deltacast and Florical Systems join AIMS

AIMS has announced that Deltacast and Florical Systems are the latest in a fast growing number of key television broadcast technology companies to join the alliance, and align themselves with…

UK Lords: ‘Don’t privatise Channel 4’

UK public service broadcaster Channel 4’s output in news, film production, and diversity could be damaged by privatisation, according to a report from a cross-bench Committee of Parliament’s upper chamber.…

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