It’s getting more expensive for foreign artists to play live in China, thanks to new tax regulations on overseas performers and ticket sales. That’s bad news at a time when […]
France is becoming the first European country to introduce a tax on large, multi-national internet companies. Under a bill announced yesterday, digital companies will have to pay the new tax […]
It’s not just Article 13 and new copyright legislation causing controversy within the European Union. The EU could also be in line for a new law involving a 3% tax […]
The fact that Apple takes a 30% cut of all in-app purchases made within iOS apps has been a sore point with streaming music services for some time. That’s even […]
Its three-strikes law may have been delayed, but a report presented to the French government is barking up another tree entirely in an effort to compensate the creative industries hardest hit by the shift to digital.
EMI boss Guy Hands is preparing to move into his new Guernsey offices, having switched his main place of work and residence from the mainland to swerve the new 50 per cent income tax rate.
Clare Curran, New Zealand’s shadow minister for information and communications technology, has suggested “introducing a licensing fee attached to internet service provider (ISP) connections” to battle online piracy.