Welcome to the Media Law Roundup, a weekly digest of developing media news stories from around the world. This week’s issue covers internet access in Cuba, telecom blackouts in the Congo, Iranian hackers, and more.
A conference, arranged by Cambridge University’s CIPIL, will be hosted by the IViR, University of Amsterdam on April 23, 2016 to discuss moves in Europe to use copyright to the benefit of news publishers. Richard Danbury discusses key topics and questions the conference will address. Click here to register.
Since 2011 Myanmar’s internet infrastructure has seen unprecedented growth. In this blog post, IPO Affiliate Andrea Calderaro explains the implications of this massive expansion by looking at both infrastructure and legislation.
Welcome to the Media Law Roundup, a weekly digest of developing media news stories from around the world. This week’s issue covers German Trojan spyware, Turkey’s television censorship, and more.
India banned Facebook’s Free Basics app on February 8 after protests concerning net neutrality. CGCS Visiting Scholar Till Waescher explains what the ban means for domestic and transnational privacy advocates.