Sign up to our Daily newsletter More from the Evening Telegraph Magnus Carlsen still the king of world chess after defeating challenger ‘Armageddon’ possible in tie-breaker to decide World Chess Championship England head coach Trevor Bayliss believes Ben Stokes has learnt his lesson Mick Schumacher signs to race in Formula Two next year … [Read more...] about Chess king Magnus Carlsen keeps his crown as he fends off challenger
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Sign up to our Daily newsletter More from the Evening Telegraph Chess king Magnus Carlsen keeps his crown as he fends off challenger ‘Armageddon’ possible in tie-breaker to decide World Chess Championship Sexton, Schmidt and Ireland land World Rugby awards Australia women regain winning form to take World T20 title over England … [Read more...] about Magnus Carlsen still the king of world chess after defeating challenger
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With Chess24 and Chessgames on the clock, Chess24 quickly countered and submitted a reply brief just prior to the injunction hearing. In its response, Chess24 argued that the issue of whether one can hold exclusive rights in chess moves is black and white: chess moves are purely factual in nature and thus not protectable by copyright. The website further noted that none of the audiovisual or textual materials from the World Chess site would be displayed on its site during the tournament. Rather, Chess24 would draw the moves list from publicly available sources such as Twitter or the Norwegian TV broadcast and then compile its own digital chess boards and commentaries for each match. Moreover, Chess24 contended that World Chess could not demonstrate irreparable harm because it purportedly licenses the right to real-time match reports to other websites, thereby establishing, in the defendant's view, that a monetary remedy (e.g., lost licensing revenue) was available. … [Read more...] about Pawn to E4: Chess Website Kept in Check over Digital Rights to Publish Players’ Moves
Serbia lost control of Kosovo in 1999, after NATO's campaign to halt the killing of ethnic Albanians in a two-year counter-insurgency war. Ten years after declaring independence, Kosovo is recognised by more than 100 states, including 22 EU members, although Serbia still claims it as part of its state. … [Read more...] about Kosovo, Serbia consider a land swap, an idea that divides the Balkans