Strong Code of Conduct for online streaming services including Net Flex
The UK decided to make online streaming services, including Net Flicks.
According to the details, the British government has announced the project to make online streaming platforms binding strict code of conduct.
According to the AFP, the British government will also apply the same rules on Net Flicks, Disney Plus and Amazone Primary Videos under the suggestions on Wednesday, under which BBC, ITV and Sky Other traditional broadcasting institutions work.
It is clear that Net Flicks and Apple TVs in the UK have not been regulated under any rules, and besides the BBC’s I player service, all online streaming platforms do not have to face strict rules.
British Secretary for Culture Oilver Dudson said that technology has changed broadcasting but it has time to consider the ability to take advantage of public service broadcasters, to ensure consumer safety and compete traditional channels Help to do.
In the UK, the supervisory institution is mandatory for TV channels to implement the broadcasting rules for the ‘Office of Communications’, Office of Communications made rules regarding non-segmentation in harmful materials and news programs There are.
The reform reforms in the UK also has to further promote the online presence of Public Service Broadcasters, so that they can easily access their programs on Smart TV and other devices.