Sports, Media and Entertainment Intelligence — May 2013
The May 2013 issue of DLA Piper’s Sports, Media and Entertainment Intelligence briefing is available now.
- April’s key gambling issues
- Promotional games and contests in Belgium: look before you leap
- Australia: ‘Free TV’ proposes ban on the promotion of live odds
- Proposed UK video games tax relief to undergo commission investigation
- Virtual advertising in Spain
- Romania: amendments to the mechanism for acquisition of TV advertising space
- US: Court of Appeals rejects shutdown of retransmission service Aereo. Unsurprisingly, the broadcasters seek re-hearing
- UK: BT makes official complaint to Ofcom over BSkyB’s refusal to air ads
- China: new data privacy standard signals change
- UK Defamation Bill to become law
- Europe: public sector data to become real open data?
- Monster in Paris caged by Italian court
- NLA v Meltwater: UK Supreme Court seeks clarification from CJEU on the issue of temporary copies
- UK: revised cultural test for proposed creative sector tax reliefs
- New York federal court says no to ReDigi’s resale of digital used music
- UK: press regulation — small blogs fall outside new regime
- UK: rival Royal Charter launched by the press
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