Tag: copyright

7. 3. 2023

Hellspy, the internet data sharing platform, has decided to be closed as of next month. This is a direct response to the amendment to the copyright law, which has been in force since the beginning of this year. The creators have informed users of the service in an email, saying that they will be refunding their subscription money.

20. 2. 2023

Film and TV piracy increased in 2022 compared with the previous year, according to a research of MUSO company.

15. 2. 2023

Anti-piracy coalition Alliance for Creativity and Entertainment (ACE) says it has shut down Extreme-down, which it says is France’s second most popular illegal streaming and direct download site.  

13. 2. 2023

The European VOD Coalition has issued a statement on the recently announced EU Commission Recommendation on Piracy of Live Content and ahead of its publication.

13. 2. 2023

Film and TV piracy increased in 2022 compared with the previous year, according to a research MUSO.

6. 2. 2023

On February 2nd, MEPs expressed their support for the negotiating position proposed by the lead Committee IMCO thus giving the rapporteur a mandate to start the talks in trilogues. Despite welcomed amendments reinforcing the distinction between editorial content and advertising, the text presents important shortcomings for the media.

25. 1. 2023

Watching illegal live content on TV was still widespread in Germany in 2022 and has increased in recent years, according to a new study consulting and research group Goldmedia compiled for industry association VAUNET.

23. 1. 2023

In the context of the work of the European Data Protection Board (EDPB), national Data Protection Authorities (DPA) presented their positions concerning the practice of cookie banners.

20. 1. 2023

CULT MEPs drafted their amendments to the European Parliament's own initiative AVMSD implementation report.

16. 1. 2023

The following article specifies how the protection of the rights of publishers of press publications is being extended by new Copyright Act, what the new stricter rules and responsibilities for providers of certain online platforms are, or what new statutory licences should be taken into consideration. 

6. 1. 2023

Amendment to the Copyright Act introduces the “notice & stay down” principle for online content-sharing service providers.

21. 12. 2022

Europe's population using illegal IPTV is increasing, costing the audiovisual sector billions of euros a year, a new report shows.