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  1. Legal news
    16 April 2020
    Broadcasting & OTT Podcast, part 1: the piracy issue & a technological response
    www.twobirds.com/en/news/articles/2020/global/broadcasting-and-ott-podcast-part-1-the-piracy-issue-and-a-technological-response

    In the latest MediaWrites article, Richard McMorris leads a two-part podcast, part one being with Rebecca O'Kelly-Gillard and Philippe Bradley-Schmieg, focusing on issues facing broadcasting, content, media and OTT ...

  2. Legal news
    18 May 2020
    Broadcasting & OTT Part 2: Demographic Change, Micropayments and Piracy
    www.twobirds.com/en/news/articles/2020/global/broadcasting-and-ott-part-2-demographic-change-micropayments-and-piracy

    We hope you enjoy our second podcast below, which focuses on what seismic demographic change might mean for the content industry: demographic change, micropayments and piracy for broadcasters.

  3. Legal news
    06 April 2020
    Tightening the enforcement belt – the Special Advisors, Self preferencing, Google Shopping and the General Court
    www.twobirds.com/en/news/articles/2020/global/tightening-the-enforcement-belt

    The Commission is testing the fitness of the competition regime, we assess the merits of its approach by reference to Google Shopping and the appeal which will be determinative.

  4. Legal news
    18 December 2019
    Large tech merger provides an early opportunity to test the fitness of the competition regime in 2020
    www.twobirds.com/en/news/articles/2019/global/large-tech-merger-provides-an-early-opportunity-to-test-the-fitness-of-the-competition

    Google's proposed acquisition of Fitbit provides an opportunity to test the fitness of the competition regime and reflect upon the ongoing global scrutiny of Big Tech.

  5. Legal news
    13 August 2019
    Regulation of Digital Platforms in Australia and UK
    www.twobirds.com/en/news/articles/2019/global/regulation-of-digital-platforms-in-australia-and-uk

    A look at the recent Australian and UK inquiries, and what the new wave of regulation of digital platforms (and, in Australia, media and journalism) might look like in 2019 and beyond.