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INTERVIEW WITH DAG WETTERBERG IN DAGENSANALYS – THE LIVE BROADCASTS ARE HERE TO STAY, BUT WHAT DOES THE LAW SAY?

2016-06-09

With the increased use of social media the possibility to broadcast live increases.

Are there any limitations on the right to broadcast live and what does the law say on live broadcasting? In an interview in Dagensanalys, Dag Wetterberg goes through relevant laws and regulations and clarifies what applies in connection with live broadcasting.     

 http://www.dagensanalys.se/2016/06/livesandningarna-ar-har-for-att-stanna-men-vad-sager-lagen/#.V1FC04GsqOp.linkedin

 

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