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Brands on alert: six things you need to know about draconian new EU data rules

Brands on alert: six things you need to know about draconian new EU data rules

Marketers must prepare for stricter regulations covering data privacy following the publication of draft reforms.

Apple and HTC end legal wrangling over patents

Apple and HTC end legal wrangling over patents

Apple and HTC have buried the hatchet by settling all global lawsuits about patent infringements, with a 10-year licensing agreement.

Live music boost at 33,000 venues thanks to Live Music Act

Live music boost at 33,000 venues thanks to Live Music Act

An explosion of live music events could take place at small venues from today (1 October) thanks to a new

Branson seeks to block BMI takeover by IAG

Branson seeks to block BMI takeover by IAG

Virgin Atlantic has submitted an official complaint to the European Commission about the proposed takeover of ailing airline BMI by

European Commissioner backs 'right to be forgotten' data reform

European Commissioner backs 'right to be forgotten' data reform

The European Commissioner for Justice today repeated she wants to establish the right to be forgotten in the forthcoming update

O2 criticises 4G auction as 'state aid'

O2 criticises 4G auction as 'state aid'

Mobile operator O2 has vehemently opposed some of the terms of Ofcom's proposals to free up spectrum for 4G services,

Blocking filesharing websites will be no 'silver bullet', says Ofcom

Blocking filesharing websites will be no 'silver bullet', says Ofcom

The ability within the Digital Economy Act to block websites engaged in illegal filesharing will not be a "silver bullet"

Jeremy Hunt assumes Vince Cable's media responsibilities

Jeremy Hunt assumes Vince Cable's media responsibilities

Culture secretary Jeremy Hunt will take over Vince Cable's responsibilities for media and telecoms, after the Lib Dem business secretary

OFT threatens fines for 'misleading' pricing

Budget airlines and other sectors may need to watch their step after the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) issued new

NEWSPAPER ABCES: MailOnline passes 50m monthly users

NEWSPAPER ABCES: MailOnline passes 50m monthly users

The Daily Mail has pulled away yet further from its online rivals with October traffic measuring 50.1 million monthly browsers,

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