The Stockholm District Court has ruled in favour of ISPs Telenor Sweden and Bredbandsbolaget in a case about video piracy.
Virgin Media has won a final patent suit against Rovi, the technology company and patent holder has lost or withdrawn a total of 11 complaints against the cablenet and its predecessors.
The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) has welcomed the ITU’s World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC-15) decision on the use of the UHF band.
The European General Court has confirmed that the Spanish measure favoured digital terrestrial technology over other possible technologies (cable, satellite, fibre), in violation of the principle of technological neutrality.
The European Commission has given its approval to the $77 billion (€72bn) acquisition of Broadcom by Avago Technologies.
The government has promised to invest an annual £85 million (€121 million) in the BBC’s digital, TV and radio services as part of the Strategic Defence Review.
The chair of Israel’s Council for Cable TV and Satellite Broadcasting is to ask the chair of the Antitrust Authority to examine the timing of recent price rises.
European Commission Vice President for the Digital Single Market Andrus Ansip said he will introduce the first legislation in its Digital Single Market strategy before the end of this year.
BT has expressed disappointment over Ofcom’s announcement that it will no longer require Sky to make available Sky Sports 1 and Sky Sports 2 to other platforms at a pre-determined rate.
The EU Commission is working on proposals to reform copyright regulation to better suit the digital age. This might include rules on content portability.