Nike has been hit with a €12.5m fine for blocking cross-border sales of soccer merchandise of some of Europe’s biggest clubs. The European Commission said the U.S. sportswear company's illegal practices occurred from 2004 to 2017 and related to licensed merchandise...
The European Parliament voted on Tuesday in favor of the new law to reform how copyrighted content posted online is governed. The legislation passed yesterday with 348 votes against 274 votes. The EU Copyright Directive has been heavily debated since its conception...
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A new lawsuit against Peloton states the company offers thousands of unlicensed songs from artists like Rihanna, Bruno Mars and Drake. According to a lawsuit filed in New York on Tuesday, a group of music publishers allege that the fitness-tech company has been using...
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