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The UK's Intellectual Property Office (IPO) has outlined the impact new EU rules affecting online content services could have on copyright holders in a new consultation paper published ahead of the new rules taking effect. 05 Jan 2018
A US regulator has voted to repeal 'net neutrality' regulations that governed how internet service providers (ISPs) in the country could manage the traffic over their networks. 18 Dec 2017
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The UK government has been urged to change the law to shift the balance of liability for illegal content online towards social media companies. 13 Dec 2017
ANALYSIS: Without the trust of consumers, third parties requiring consumer consent to use new rights of access to bank and payment account data will struggle to make an impact in the market. 07 Dec 2017
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