A review of the European Audiovisual Media Services Directive (AVMSD) had been expected for a while,1 and it is now one element of the European Commission’s digital single market strategy. Once again, we see the Commission proposing the rollout rather than the rollback of regulation in the face of sector change – and the following is an overview of some of the main issues.
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Highlights of the review of Europe’s Audiovisual Media Services Directive are explored by Lorna Woods. Changes in how video-sharing platforms are judged could have major global implications for service providers.
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