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E.U.’s Top Court Rules Against Facebook in Global Takedown Case

LONDON — Europe’s top court said on Thursday that an individual country can order Facebook to take down posts, photographs and videos and restrict global access to that material, in a ruling that has implications for whether countries can expand content bans beyond their borders. The European Court of Justice’s decision came after a former …

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Will The EU’s New Copyright Protections Help Or Kill Publishers? 03/27/2019

by Kevin Lee , Op-Ed Contributor, 13 minutes ago Will the EU’s new Copyright Protections Help or Kill Publishers? A new European Union Copyright reform ruling will “force Google and Facebook Inc. to pay publishers for use of news snippets and make them filter out protected content,” according to Reuters. Publishers and copyright holders in …

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What Does the EU’s Article 13 Mean for Small Site Publishers?

On September 12, 2018, the European Union passed Article 13, a controversial Copyright Directive which will affect how companies and people in Europe use and profit from the internet. Despite intense opposition to the legislation and its divisiveness, Article 13 was passed in a 438 to 226 vote. A Closer Look at Article 13 The …

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The EU’s Competition Commissioner is investigating Amazon

Margrethe Vestager, the European Union’s competition commissioner, said on Wednesday that the oversight agency is looking into Amazon’s business practices. Why? While acknowledging that hosting third-party merchants provided a benefit for smaller businesses and collecting data had legitimate uses such as improving customer service, she also noted that access to third-party data may give Amazon …

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Marketing Day: Content production obstacles, JLINC’s new feature & EU’s ruling on Facebook

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EU’s disruptive ‘copyright reform’ moves closer to passage

Now that GDPR is in force, attention turns to the next challenge for US technology companies: proposed EU copyright reform. The pending legislation, which has been gaining momentum and moving through European Parliamentary committees over the past several years, would take the disastrous “link tax” approach applied in Germany and Spain across the whole of Europe. …

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What Marketers Need to Know About the EU’s GDPR

Editor’s Note: This article on what marketers need to know about GDPR appeared originally in Digital Marketing Magazine. It is just over two months until the new EU-wide General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) come into force. Starting May 25, 2018, organizations could face potential heavy penalties for misuse of consumer data in a bid to …

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What the EU’s Google Ruling Means for Brands and Content Management Providers Worldwide

Kevin LeeCo-Founder and ChairmanDidit In June, the EU fined Google $2.7 billion for “unfairly” ranking some of its own services over those of rivals. Though this won’t have an immediate impact on the US, it could eventually reverberate and create new challenges for content management providers and international brands. Kevin Lee, co-founder and chairman of …

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What to make of the EU’s absurd antitrust ruling against Google

Yes, absurd. That was the first word that came to mind when I read the European Commission’s antitrust ruling against Google and the $2.7 billion fine to go with it on Tuesday. A day or so later, I’d add ill-conceived and misguided to that list. The ruling was levied against Google for breaching EU antitrust rules …

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