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January/ February 2017 - Issue 9

Should we expect that the wi-fi network is free and

open wherever we go?

By Agnieszka Wiercińska-Krużewska, WKB

Calculation of damages for copyright infringement arising from

peer-to-peer sharing

By Samuel Seow, Samuel Seow Law Corporation

MLI e-Zine January-February 2017.pdf

March/ April 2016 - Issue 4

Social media best practices for attorneys

By Ken Herron, Unified Inbox

Morocco’s ban on VOIP calls. Was it legal?

By Jaafar Laidi, Garrigues

January/ February 2016 - Issue 3

Denmark on commercial blogging

By Martin Dahl Pedersen, Kromann Reumert

Poland’s media law reform and the impact on

neighbouring regions

By Elżbieta Traple, Traple Konarski Podrecki

November/ December 2015 - Issue 2

Copyright and parody: The legal perspective

By Rahul Chaudhry, Lall Lahiri & Salhotra

Audio-visual content diversity in digital era

By Andrew McMillan, Simmons & Simmons

Protecting creative industries

By Simon Whitehouse, Reuters-owned MarkMonitor

May/ June 2016 - Issue 5

Tax incentives for foreign film production in Spain

By Pilar Sanchez-Bleda, Auren

Russia’s personal data localisation law

By Natalia Gulyaeva, Hogan Lovells

July/ August  2016 - Issue 6

Some thoughts on Brexit

By Andrew McMillan, Pinsent Masons

Is public service media in danger?

By Agnieszka Wiercinska-Kruzewska, WKB

September/ October 2016 - Issue 7

Artificial Intelligence - Part 1

By Ken Herron, Unified Inbox

Morocco's new legal framework for media

By Jaafar Laidi, Garrigues

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November/ December 2016 - Issue 8

Artificial Intelligence - Part 2

By Ken Herron, Unified Inbox

Developments in German media law

By Jan Hegemann, Raue

MLI e-Zine Nov-Dec 2016.pdf

March/ April 2017- Issue 10

Will there be a new world order at the Federal Trade Commission?

By Andrew Lustigman, Olshan

Legal Practice Guide: UK Publishing Sector Overview

By Alexander Brown, Simmons & Simmons   

MLI e-Zine March-April 2017.pdf

May/ June 2017 - Issue 11

The “right to be forgotten” and current challenges in Colombia

By Fernando Bermudez Durana and Virginia Upegui Caro,

Muñoz Tamayo & Asociados

Legal Practice Guide: UK Broadcasting Sector Overview

By Alexander Brown, Simmons & Simmons   

MLI e-Zine May-June 2017.pdf

July/ August 2017- Issue 12

Preu Bohlig & Partner and Bär & Karrer

Legal Practice Guide: UK Entertainment Sector Overview

By Alexander Brown, Simmons & Simmons  

MLI e-Zine July-August 2017.pdf.pdf

September/ October  2017- Issue 13

New  rules for Belgium broadband and broadcasting market

By Bastiaan Bruyndonckx, Lydian

Technology evolution in the media Industry supported by pilot program allowing US trademark registrations to be updated

By Matthew D. Asbell, Ladas & Parry

MLI e-Zine September-October 2017.pdf

November/ December  2017- Issue 14

Controversy related to the rights of freelancers under the new Norwegian Copyright Act

By Øystein Flagstad, Grette

Restrictions on foreign investment in online video

services in China

By Jeanette Chan, Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison

MLI e-Zine November-December 2017.pdf.pdf

September/ October 2015 - Issue 1

TV market: Is cord-cutting a myth?

By Andrew McMillan, Simmons & Simmons

Social media and defamation in Australia:

Lessons from the UK

By Peter Bartlett, Minter Ellison

MLI e-Zine September-October.pdf

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