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Veteran Voice Actor Jeff Bergman on Voicing the Looney Tunes Gang in “Space Jam: A New Legacy”

  • 28.07.2021
  • By Susannah Edelbaum

In Space Jam’s contemporary follow-up, Space Jam: A New Legacy, from director Malcolm D. Lee, the movie’s apex basketball game comes about thanks to star LeBron James’s youngest son, Dom (Cedric Joe), who doesn’t want to play the sport at all.

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PARLIAMENTARY STANDING COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE RECOMMENDS AMENDMENT TO SECTION 31D TO INCORPORATE INTERNET/ DIGITAL BROADCASTING: LEVEL PLAYING FIELD OR DISRUPTION?

  • 27.07.2021
  • By Anushree Rauta

The Department related Parliamentary Standing Committee on Commerce submitted its 161st Report on Review of the Intellectual Property Regime in India.

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The American Music Fairness Act (AMFA): A Better and Fairer Solution for Performers than Seeking “National Treatment”

  • 27.07.2021
  • By Hugh Stephens

What is unfair–from the perspective of performers and record labels–is that US terrestrial radio stations are not required to pay royalties to performers or labels for playing recorded music on air.

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Film School Friday : Our Future Storytellers

  • 16.07.2021
  • By Childnet International and the Motion Picture Association

Childnet International and the Motion Picture Association host a special edition of our “Film School Friday” series, highlighting the exciting career opportunities in the film and TV sector, and the skills it takes to become one of our future great storytellers.

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Negotiating Payment for Use of News Content on Dominant Internet Platforms: What’s Needed to Reach a Fair Deal?

  • 14.07.2021
  • By Hugh Stephens

Given a choice between reaching “voluntary” agreements with news publishers for use of news content online and being compelled to do so by government, the dominant internet platforms (Google, Facebook) are now doubling down on negotiations with news providers.

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Conflict of Artificial Intelligence with IPR

  • 12.07.2021
  • By Shashwat Tiwari

“It predicted by a study from Gartner that by 2020, 85% of customer service interactions in retail will be powered or influenced by some form of AI technology. AI global revenue is predicted by market intelligence firm Tractica to skyrocket from $643.7 million in 2016 to $36.8 billion in 2025.”

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“Black Widow” Stunt Coordinator Rob Inch on the Art of Adrenaline

  • 09.07.2021
  • By Hugh Hart

Making the action pop alongside director Cate Shortland is Black Widow stunt coordinator Rob Inch, who previously worked on Wonder Woman 1984, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, and Captain America: The First Avenger. Speaking from England, where he’s prepping a new Marvel movie, Inch deconstructs Black Widow‘s most thrilling set-pieces.

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Sniffing Out the Truth in Advertising to Pirates

  • 07.07.2021
  • By Ruth Vitale

We can all agree that stealing a car or a computer constitutes a crime – but stealing a movie? Well, as TorrentFreak put it earlier this year, they believe that a creative whose work is being pirated is presented with an “opportunity.”

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Creating the Wonderful World of Disney+’s “The Mysterious Benedict Society”

  • 06.07.2021
  • By Julie Jacobs

The Credits chatted with Hay and Manfredi about adapting the beloved book, landing Hale for the lead(s), and working on the shoot from afar.

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The USMCA/CUSMA is One Year Old: What Has Been its Impact on Copyright, Content and Canada-US Cultural Relations?

  • 06.07.2021
  • By Hugh Stephens

July 1, apart from marking the 154th Canada Day, was the first anniversary of the entry into force of the “new NAFTA”, now labelled the USMCA (the US-Mexico-Canada Agreement).

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