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Copyright laws should not permit the systematic linking to content known to be infringing, the UK government has said. 28 Feb 2014
The UK's Intellectual Property Office (IPO) is consulting on whether to allow those with a licence to use so-called 'orphan' works to transfer their rights of use to others. 25 Feb 2014
This guide is based on UK law and was written in January 2009. The sub judice rule regulates the publication of matters which are under consideration by the court. Matters are considered to be sub...
This guide is based on UK law. It was last updated in March 2008. Overview Television distribution Common provisions in distribution agreements Commission Territories Duration Media Other issues...
This guide is based on UK law. It was last updated in March 2008. Overview Key issues Co-development agreements Finance Rights Co-production agreements Roles and responsibilities Credits Marketing...
This guide is based on UK law. It was last updated in March 2008. Overview What are clearances? How to get clearance Licence Transfer Broadcaster/financier input Dealing with distributors Summary...
New 'net neutrality' rules in the EU should prevent content providers and internet service providers (ISPs) from agreeing on quality of service levels to be delivered to customers beyond what is "technically necessary" for the content services to function,... 21 Feb 2014
The Court of Appeal has reinstated an order made by telecoms regulator Ofcom which required pay-TV operator BSkyB (Sky) to sell wholesale access to its sports channels to rival providers at a set price. 18 Feb 2014
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