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Google’s autocomplete function can infringe personality rights
A German court held that words added to a search by Google's autocomplete function can invade a person's personality rights.
Germany
16 Jul 2013
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UK tax exemptions for athletes continue the legacy of London 2012
Notable recent events in which foreign athletes benefitted from UK tax exemptions were the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games
UK
16 Jul 2013
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The UK signs WIPO’s Beijing Treaty on the Protection of Audiovisual Performances
EU Law has traditionally provided performers with strong rights and protections but the same cannot be said for the entire world.
Australia
16 Jul 2013
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Spice-y dilemma for Australia’s Seven Network
Discussion of the contractual dispute between a former Spice Girl and two of Australia's free to air television networks.
Australia
16 Jul 2013
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Sports, Media and Entertainment Intelligence - May 2013
This is the global monthly publication from DLA Piper's Sports, Media and Entertainment group.
Australia
7 May 2013
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The Independent Inquiry into the Media and Media Regulation
The Independent Inquiry into the Media and Media Regulation handed down its report at the end of February 2012.
Australia
6 Jul 2012
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Technology, Media and Commercial Bulletin
Franchise arrangements are strictly regulated in Australia under the Franchising Code of Conduct. The Code, established under the Trade Practices Act 1974, is mandatory.
Australia
18 Sep 2007
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