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Germany: Draft "Network Enforcement Law" to tackle hate speech and fake news

By | 05 Apr 2017

German Minister of Justice and Consumer Protection Heiko Maas attracted the attention of many lawyers and legal experts with a new draft law about enforcement within social networks.

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Datenkartelle, Hate Speech, Fake News – Scheitert der Staat am Internet?

Datenkartelle, Hate Speech, Fake News – Scheitert der Staat am Internet?

By , and | 01 Mar 2017

Experten diskutierten bei einem Event der Bucerius Law School & Fieldfisher über Regulierungen im digitalen Markt.

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Fieldfisher secures victory for Bauer Media Group in major broadcaster decision

By and | 31 Jan 2017

IP & Media team, has secured a major victory for Bauer Media Group, one of Europe's leading media companies.

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Fieldfisher erfolgreich für Bauer Media Group im Streit um Zeitschrift „ARD Buffet“

By and | 27 Jan 2017

Öffentlich-rechtliche Rundfunkanstalten dürfen Verlage nicht bei der Herausgabe von Zeitschriften unterstützen.

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Brexit – the Audiovisual Media Services Directive

Brexit – the Audiovisual Media Services Directive

By | 23 Nov 2016

As a current Member State of the European Union, the UK regulates audiovisual media services in line with the requirements of the AVMS Directive.

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The European Commission's Digital Single Market Strategy for Europe

The European Commission's Digital Single Market Strategy for Europe

By | 23 Nov 2016

On 14 September 2016, in line with the Digital Single Market strategy, the Commission published a series of legislative proposals that will have a significant impact on EU copyright laws.

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Ofcom reconsiders abolition of ex-ante regulations

Ofcom reconsiders abolition of ex-ante regulations

By and | 23 Nov 2016

Ofcom has recently published a final statement in relation to current market power in the UK broadcast transmission services market.

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Case Focus: Hyperlinking and Embedding of Content

Case Focus: Hyperlinking and Embedding of Content

By and | 23 Nov 2016

The CJEU judgment in GS Media considers whether hyperlinking to freely accessible, but unauthorised content constitutes a "communication to the public" within the meaning of the Infosoc Directive.