Welcome to the Media Law Roundup, a weekly digest of developing media news from around the world. This week’s issue covers the Russian service laws, Syrian connectivity, Freedom of Expression in Turkey, Asia, and more.
//CGCS interviewed David Faris, author of the recently published book Dissent and Revolution in a Digital Age: Social Media, Blogging and Activism in Egypt, to discuss digital activism and use of social media in Egypt. Faris is a lecturer and researcher…Read More
Welcome to the Media Law Roundup, a survey of the week’s developing media news. Canadian Copyright Board Stops Private Copying Tariff on MicroSD Cards An August 30th decision by the Copyright Board of Canada (CBC) ended private copying tariffs on…Read More
Welcome to this week’s Media Law Roundup, a summary of developing media news. Twitter releases semi- annual transparency report On Wednesday, Twitter released its semi- annual transparency report, detailing government requests for user data. Twitter reported that it received 1,157…Read More
Controversy continues surrounding Greek Public Broadcasting services The government’s closure of state broadcasting service ERT continues to cause controversy in Greece. A court order on June 17th commanded the government to restore broadcasts; however, radio and state television have not…Read More