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French watchdogs CSA and Hadopi start merger process

Tuesday 14 January 2020 | 11:27 CET | News
The French minister of culture, Franck Riester, has moved ahead with the project to create Arcom, the new authority for audio-visual and digital communication which will integrate the responsibilities of broadcast authority CSA and anti-piracy watchdog Hadopi. An agreement signed by CSA and Hadopi representatives has now opened the merger process, which is set to be approved by the French parliament later this year. The creation of Arcom is as part of the vast reform of audio-visual legislation put forward by the government.

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: CSA / Hadopi
Countries: France
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