Day: 6 janvier 2017

Spotify/GroupM survey evaluates streaming audio advertising

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Intellectual Property Strategy in China: A Talk with Dr. Paolo Beconcini

Alexandre Deniot appointed director of MIDEM

All Three Major Labels, Pandora and RIAA Announce Support for Hi-Res Audio Streaming

Dish brings Alexa and multi-room music to Hopper DVRs

Obama Wants to Work at Spotify After the White House…

UK formally decided to adopt GDPR | Igor Máté Dr. | Pulse | LinkedIn

As predicted earlier, as one of the measures considered inevitable to apply to staying in the single market, the UK government decided on adoption of the new EU data law, due to come into force in 2018. 

The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) introduces strict penalties for companies that suffer data breaches, obliges them to disclose data disasters and forces them to obtain clear consent before processing individuals’ personal information.

Under the new rules companies will be threatened with astronomic fines up to 4% of global turnover or €20 million (£16.9m), whichever is larger, for a breach, caused by either a cyber attack or human error (or deliberate physical action).

Recently, UK’s data protection authority, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) can impose a maximum penalty of £500,000 on companies that fail to adequately protect their customers’ (or their employees’) personal data.

Music biz up 4.6% in 2016 to become entertainment’s fastest growing sector

Music marketing: How artists are disrupting the album cycle

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BMG Asks Court To Uphold Copyright Verdict Against Cox Communications

La réalité virtuelle, l’avenir de la musique ?

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