EU laws that require telecoms and other electronic communications providers to store data on customers to aid the detection and prevention of terrorism and other serious crimes face being scrapped after a legal advisor to the EU's highest court...
The chief executive of a software company in Germany has been found liable for copyright infringement after software developed by the company was amended in an open source environment to allow copyright-protected material to be accessed unlawfully.
Earlier today I gave the closing talk at the OZeWAI 2013 conference, which was held in La Trobe University, Bundoora, Australia. However as I was in bed in Bath at the time, I pre-recorded my presentation.
For anyone interested in the recorded-music industry and where it is headed, it is difficult to escape the many articles and reports speculating on how music will be served to consumers in the coming years.
Can it really be true that Christmas is almost here? As an early gift to readers of this blog we are offering a discount on a new subscription to Music & Copyright taken out between now and the big day.
A comprehensive cyber incident response plan will include the ability to access "a network of experts" to help address the variety of issues businesses could encounter following a breach of their IT infrastructure security, an expert has said.
FOCUS: BT's new deal with European football's governing body UEFA to broadcast live matches from its two main Europe-wide football club competitions has the potential to make a significant impact on competition in the UK telecoms and pay-TV markets.
The interim report of the Royal Society of Edinburgh’s inquiry into spreading the benefit of digital participation in Scotland – published on 4 December 2013 – calls on the Scottish Government to recognise that every individual has an undeniable right...