On November 15, 2018, the main trial against five men accused of operating illegal card-sharing servers on a large scale began before the economic criminal chamber of the regional court in German town Regensburg.
The European Parliament has voted in favour of establishing a European Electronic Communications Code and a body of European regulators for electronic communications.
Canal Plus has renewed is investment in French cinema in an accord running up until the end of 2022, which also shortens the window of new movies to six months after theatrical release.
Comcast has scored another win in its fight with TiVo over the technology in set-top boxes in the long-running battle over patents.
Tele Columbus, the third-largest German cable operator, rejects the planned acquisition of Unitymedia by Vodafone.
The Federal German Cartel Office intends to examine the takeover of German cable network operator Unitymedia by telecommunications group Vodafone itself and has requested the European Commission to refer the case to the German authority.
The European Commission has approved the proposed acquisition of parts of Fox by Disney, but the decision is conditional on full compliance with commitments offered by Disney.
Bulgaria’s parliament has passed a law designed to improve transparency in the media.
The Guardia Civil of Alicante has arrested three British men aged 30, 46 and 63 years in Formentera del Segura, who operated an illegal card-sharing operation.
Ofcom has launched a review into the TV services that can carry so-called ‘listed events’.