The European Court of Justice has decided that the zero-rating tariff options offered by Vodafone and Deutsche Telekom in Germany violate EU rules on net neutrality and roaming.
In a statement Vivendi has said that it “welcomes with great satisfaction the judgment pronounced today by the Court of Justice of the European Union and is delighted that the highest European legal authority today has ruled fully in its favour.”
The merger between Vodafone and Liberty Global Dutch, the parent company of Ziggo, does not conflict with the rules for the internal market, according to a ruling by the European Court of Justice.
German commercial broadcaster Mediengruppe RTL Deutschland has achieved victory in a year-long trial against Spanish hotel group NH for the illegal redistribution of its TV channels in hotel rooms.
In a statement, satellite operator SES has drawn attention to the fact that the European Court of Justice has rejected just one of the six appeals against the decision by the European Commission.
The European Court of Justice has ruled that Italy’s move from analogue to digital terrestrial television was violating EU laws, failing to allocate one mux for each analogue channel.
Dutch anti-piracy organisation Brein is stepping up action against Dutch sellers of pre-installed Kodi mediaplayers.
The European Court of Justice has ruled that websites such as The Pirate Bay are liable for copyright infringement.
Britain’s commercial broadcasters have won their long-running dispute with TVCatchup over the distribution of their content over the internet.
The European Court of Justice Advocate General Szpunar said that the operator of a shop, hotel or barwho offers a Wi-Fi network free of charge to the public is not liable for copyright infringements committed by users of that network.