LeadershIP, a forum where global thought-leaders come to exchange ideas on IP and competition issues, is pleased to launch its second European LeadershIP event in Brussels on November 13. This one-day conference will bring together a global network of industry experts, influencers and policymakers to promote a balanced dialogue on today’s cutting-edge policy issues. This second annual LeadershIP EU conference will explore the impact of IP and competition policy on business and innovation as we look toward the future, 5G, IoT, and emerging technologies.
After a year-long complex investigation coordinated by Europol, authorities in Hampshire, south east England, Scotland and Ireland have arrested six, suspected of illicitly distributing premium TV channels by using Internet Protocol television (IPTV) technology.
A European Commission proposal to adapt EU copyright law to the digital environment has sharply divided stakeholders, academics and MEPs. Parliament is now preparing to debate and vote on the JURI committee’s report on the proposed revised copyright directive, during the September plenary session.
A summary of the Committee’s consideration of the draft opinion is now available.
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