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Jack Dorsey, CEO of Twitter, recently announced that the site will implement a worldwide ban on paid-for political adverts due to a belief that “political message reach should be earned, not bought”.
November 2019 marks the 5th anniversary of the adoption of the EU Competition Damages Directive. We lead with an analysis of the two judgments of the European Court of Justice to date that address this Directive.
Welcome to Part 3 of our Influencing Media series. In the wake of our inaugural MediaWrites event in September, we look back at the discussion, focusing this time on Timothy Armoo, co-founder and CEO of Fanbytes: a ...
An enormous amount of so-called "influencers" (social media personalities and bloggers) have flooded the online world in recent years.
The Court of Appeal decision in the sports data dispute between The Racing Partnership v Sports Information Services was handed down handed down on 9 October 2020.
Phil Sherrell, Richard McMorris and Esme Strathcole explain how English contract law on force majeure and frustration applies to the COVID-19 pandemic in the media, entertainment and sports sector.
As part of our Tessellate series of articles addressing how technological developments are affecting media and sports organisations, Esme Strathcole speaks to Danielle Van Lier (Assistant General Counsel at SAG-AFTRA) ...
MediaWrites explores the second set of reports published by the European Commission, which set out the steps taken by online platforms and advertisers to tackle COVID-19 disinformation amidst rising concerns about the ...
In a bid to achieve "technological sovereignty", the European Commission has unveiled a wide-ranging package of proposals that will provide a new rulebook for online platforms offering goods and services in Europe.
On the 10th September 2020, the EU Commission published its assessment on how the Code of Practice on Disinformation has been implemented.