Minister dismisses the pay TV operator's final appeal and orders it to share broadcast rights of the English Premier League under Singapore's cross-carriage rule. SingTel unveils its price plan of S$59.9 per month, making EPL content available to customers of rival StarHub.
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Singapore's data protection act needs to be in line with similar legislation around the world, especially with the growing adoption of cloud services and use of data to improve business processes.
Was there anything you would have liked to take back from 2006? Any regrets?
weekly roundup I was reminded of the sad realities of the software business when the Open Source Development Labs (OSDL) said it was going to scale back some technical work, and focus on legal issues instead.The OSDL will cut a third of its staff--nine employees in administrative and technical roles will lose their rice bowls.
Would you pay a premium price for content just so you can use it in any way you see fit? Music label EMI Group is hoping you would.
On the surface, it may seem that the Microsoft-Novell agreement was a watershed moment for Linux. After all, many businesses do not want to be slapped with lawsuits by using software that may infringe software patents of any kind (whether software patents even deserve to be granted remains a separate issue).
Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore says Grab's acquisition of Uber's Southeast Asian operations has led to "substantial lessening of competition" and may be reversed if proposed remedies are found to be insufficient.
MobileStats Technologies, which developed an emergency mobile clinic app, has dropped its lawsuit against Singapore's Ministry of Defence due to the lack of funds.
newsmaker Accessibility of digital music plays pivotal role in curbing piracy while cloud services must ensure optimal consumer experience, says Universal Music's global head of digital business, Rob Wells.
American Shannon Stovall this week filed a US$20 million suit against Yahoo for allegedly using her photo without prior permission, in a welcome e-mail sent to new Yahoo users.Stovall argues that Yahoo violated her right to privacy and right to publicity, which controls the commercial use of her identity.