The upcoming Cable and Satellite Broadcast Association of Asia Convention in Hong Kong will likely see the same key discussion issues including piracy and over-the-top delivery models.
This ZDNet blog is hosted by lawyers from two law firms, Pinsent Masons and Olswang, who specialize in the Asia-Pacific ICT sector.
The annual Internet Governance Forum kicks off in Bali today, bringing together regulators, policy makers, academics, civic groups, and other delegates who will discuss issues. But, has the landscape changed?
Putting out the fire at SingTel's Bukit Panjang Exchange last week was a good development, but what comes after will be even more interesting since the impact wasn't confined to the telco's own customer base.
Cloud computing has become very topical in Asia, but the industry as a whole must address certain challenges if cloud is to become an integral part of every organization's business model.
3D printing looks set to take off in Singapore, but the cool technology throws up legal questions around product liability and copyright.
Ministry of Communications and IT says it is prepared to issue additional telecoms licences, on top of the four integrated national mobile licence to be awarded to Ooredoo and Telenor, and two local operators.
Singapore's Personal Data Protection Commission last week published its final advisory guidelines, revealing a business-friendly approach in governing the collection, use, and disclosure of data.
China has introduced rules to regulate the collection and use of personal data by its internet and telecoms operators. The rules have been a long time coming, but do they actually offer anything to users?
Startup landscape in Southeast Asia, particularly Singapore, is heating up but the VC scene is still generally underpopulated and startups run the risk of pricing themselves out of investment.
U.K.-based Media Legal Defence Initiative seeks to fund legal expenses for bloggers and online media organizations in South and Southeast Asia.