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Name: Mathilde Hallé
Date registered: 15 January 2014

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  1. EUROPE: ECJ Rules on TV Advertising Practices — 21 April 2016
  2. EUROPE: ECJ Advocate General Delivers Opinion regarding TV Advertising Practices — 19 October 2015
  3. AFRICA: On the Way to Digital Migration — 16 January 2015
  4. FRANCE: Broadcasting rights relating to Top 14 rugby games are premium rights that must be allocated to Pay TV channels according to a transparent and competitive procedure — 11 November 2014
  5. FRANCE: French Legislation on Evening Advertising on Public Channels: Should We Expect Another Shift in Policy? — 17 September 2014

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EUROPE: ECJ Rules on TV Advertising Practices

By Florence Guthfreund-Roland and Mathilde Hallé The European Court of Justice (the “ECJ”) recently ruled on the interpretation of the provisions of the Audiovisual Media Service Directive[1] (the “Directive”) relating to television advertising and commercial sponsorship in the Sanoma case[2]. At stake were the broadcasting practices implemented by Sanoma, a Finnish television broadcaster, which the …

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EUROPE: ECJ Advocate General Delivers Opinion regarding TV Advertising Practices

By Florence Guthfreund-Roland and Mathilde Hallé. On October 6th, 2015, Advocate General of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) Maciej Szpunar issued an Opinion about the interpretation of the provisions of the Audiovisual Media Services Directive[1] (the “Directive”) relating to television advertising and commercial sponsorship[2]. At stake are the broadcasting practices implemented by Sanoma, a …

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AFRICA: On the Way to Digital Migration

By Florence Guthfreund-Roland & Mathilde Hallé By June 17, 2015, all African countries should have completed the transition from analogical to digital radio transmission of TV and radio signals. This deadline was set by the Regional Conference of the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) in the 2006 Geneva Agreement (GE-06). The main goals are to improve …

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FRANCE: Broadcasting rights relating to Top 14 rugby games are premium rights that must be allocated to Pay TV channels according to a transparent and competitive procedure

By Florence Guthfreund-Roland & Mathilde Hallé On January 14, 2014, the Ligue Nationale de Rugby (the French Rugby League or “LNR”) and French premium cable television channel Canal+ entered into an agreement whereby the latter was granted exclusive rights to broadcast Top 14 games (i.e. first division rugby games) for five seasons. On July 30, …

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FRANCE: French Legislation on Evening Advertising on Public Channels: Should We Expect Another Shift in Policy?

By Florence Guthfreund-Roland & Mathilde Hallé It has been five years since the French government decided to ban advertising at night for public-service television channels. Indeed Article 28 of law No. 2009-258, dated March 5, 2009, prohibited the broadcasting of advertisement from 8.00 PM to 6.00 AM on all French state-held channels. This regulation, however, …

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FRANCE: The French Media Authority Refuses to Authorize TF1 to Swap the LCI News Channel From Pay to Free DTT

By Florence Guthfreund-Roland & Mathilde Hallé The TF1 group has petitioned the French media authority (the “CSA”) to swap its LCI news channel from pay to free DTT, based on the provisions of a new law adopted on November 15, 2013 which granted the CSA the power to authorize a pay DTT channel to migrate …

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FRANCE: Orange receives a public warning from the French Data Protection Authority (CNIL) following a security breach in a sub-subcontractor’s database

By Carol Umhoefer & Patrick Cookson The CNIL’s decision provides useful guidance on security measures that the CNIL considers must be taken by data controllers. Earlier this year, Orange discovered that the database of one of its sub-subcontractors had suffered a server malfunction that led to a security breach. The sub-subcontractor’s database contained the personal …

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Sweep Day 2014: Global Coordinated Enforcement

Read here an article by DLA Piper Partner Carol Umhoefer, published in E-Commerce Law & Policy in July 2014 discussing how Internet Sweep Day illustrates trends in the data protection regulatory space. For further information, please contact Carol Umhoefer (carol.umhoefer@dlapiper.com).   Share this

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FRANCE: A French Court orders a Swiss company selling French game tickets over the Internet to prevent French Internet users from accessing part of its websites

By Florence Guthfreund-Roland & Mathilde Hallé On April 10, 2014, the Court of First Instance of Paris found that VIAGOGO, a Swiss company operating a website selling sports tickets on the Internet, had no right to sell tickets for a French soccer game organized by the French Professional Soccer League. On that basis, the Swiss …

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France: First applications of the new procedure to swap a pay DTT channel to free DTT: TF1 and M6 have asked the French media authority to authorize the swap of their respective pay DTT news channels, LCI and Paris Première

By Florence Guthfreund-Roland & Mathilde Hallé A new French law adopted on 15 November 2013 has granted the French media authority (the “Conseil Supérieur de l’Audiovisuel” or “CSA”) the power to authorize a pay DTT channel to migrate to free DTT. Justified notably by considerations of information pluralism, paragraph 4 of new version of Article …

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