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EU courts net neutrality ruling uproots zero-rating plans

2020-09-15 02:00:00| Total Telecom industry news

Today, the ruling of the EU Court of Justice (CJEU) case between Telenor and Hungarian regulator NMHH could threaten the existence of zero-rating plans on the ground of net neutrality.    Net neutrality is a principle enshrined in EU law that seeks to ensure that ISP’s must provide internet communications in a non-discriminatory manner; in short, this means that ISP’s cannot throttle internet traffic for certain customers or services…read more on TotalTele.com »

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Midstream Business: Construction, Courts and the Future

2020-09-09 11:30:00| OGI

Dominion Energy and Duke Energy canceled their $8 billion Atlantic Coast Pipeline project on July 5. One day later, a judge ordered the Dakota Access Pipeline to shut down. Even in a profoundly difficult year like 2020, these were tough days. But is the outlook for the midstream sector as bleak as it seemed at midyear? Perhaps not.

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Huawei loses out to Unwired Planet and Conversant in UK Supreme Courts patent decision

2020-08-26 02:00:00| Total Telecom industry news

The UK’s Supreme Court today ruled against Huawei as it appealed to be given the rights to use standards-essential patents (SEP) owned by Unwired Planet without agreeing a worldwide licence and royalties.    As their name suggests, SEPs are common technology patents, with their corresponding technology integral to the current global standards. As a result, any mobile device, for example, will naturally be forced to include patented technologies from a variety of users.   Of course, to use these mandatory SEP technologies vendors will have to pay licence fees to the patent holder…read more on TotalTele.com »

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Alamo Drafthouse Courts Wary Moviegoers with Free Bill & Ted

2020-08-19 16:41:00| National Real Estate Investor

The movie-and-a-dinner chain plans to reopen half of its locations over the weekend.

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Debenhams' CVA challenge rejected by courts

2020-03-11 12:33:00| Daily apparel & textile news and comment - from just-style.com

Debenhams says a company voluntary arrangement (CVA) challenge process, which began last year, has now come to an end and the retailer can proceed with its debt restructuring and continue its recovery.

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