Insight for Impact: Infomedia’s take on the GDPR

Insight for Impact: Infomedia’s take on the GDPR By Rasmus Juel Jensen, Project Lead, and Thomas Vejlemand, CEO, Infomedia Interview with Sophia Karakeva, Marketing and Communications Executive, DataScouting 1. GDPR is coming. How much does the new data protection regulation affect the media intelligence industry and which field is the most vulnerable? The Infomedia business case is in transit from classic media monitoring towards media intelligence. The emphasis is on data analysis rather than the filtering, editing and distribution of media content, on which the classic media monitoring business case was based. We call this focus Insight for Impact. As we believe insight to be crucial for

In the end, we managed to reach the best possible deal

“In the end, we managed to reach the best possible deal”; Theofilos Argyriadis, CEO of Clip News, talks about the new copyright environment in Greece Interview with Christophe Dickès, EMEA Communication Leader & Global Copyright Director, Kantar Media There was no copyright environment in Greece for the MM industry; could you please tell us when you started to work with the right organization OSDEL? Theofilos: In Greece, there was an intellectual property law but with no clear framework regarding media monitoring companies. OSDEL, the Greek Collecting Society for Literary Works, is a non-profit organization, duly authorised and supervised by the Greek Organization of Copyright. At the end of

GDPR and media monitoring or measurement activities

GDPR and media monitoring or measurement activities Guest article by Florence Gaullier, Vercken & Gaullier Law Firm, Partner The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a European Regulation which will come into application on May 25, 2018. Part of the Digital Single Market strategy of the European Commission, the goal of this regulation is to build identical rules in all European countries concerning personal data protection, with a high level of protection for European citizens, which is also allowing free flows of personal data through European countries. Before everything, the GDPR is here to protect individuals’ privacy. It is here to ensure the efficiency of this fundamental right

Events

Upcoming Events Do not miss this one! June 14: Special Copyright Session at the AMEC Global Summit in Barcelona This workshop will examine the GDPR and its impact on your business GDPR – opportunity or a challenge? How will it impact you as an AMEC member and as a data-driven organisation? Which GDPR requirements will affect my company? What happens if my company is not GDPR compliant? What does a successful GDPR project look like? Session Leader: Christophe Dickès, EMEA Communication Leader & Global Copyright Director, Kantar Media Presenters: Florence Gaullier, Associate / Partner, Cabinet Vercken & Gaullier / Vercken & Gaullier law firm Thomas Vejlemand, CEO, Infomedia Click here to regis

Interesting reads

Interesting reads Fox News prevails in copyright case against TVEyes. What does that mean for TV accountability? (link) New EU copyright rules will protect the press (link) EU Commission publishes paper on consequences of Brexit on copyright (link) Unlike the example of Cambridge Analytics, data collection can be beneficial – it’s just got to be done with respect (link) Artificial intelligence and copyright (link) Copyright law in the age of Twitter (link)

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