Vivendi Universal

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DADVSI - Repression of Internet Copying of Copyrighted Works - The "Vivendi Universal" Amendments
... These amendments are widely known as the "Vivendi Universal" or "VU" amendments that terminology was used by some members of Parliament, the reason for it ... peer-to-peer transmission programs, as proposed by Sylvie Forbin from Vivendi Universal ...
Guy Dejouany
... November 2011) was the CEO of Compagnie Générale des Eaux, (currently known as Vivendi, a French company part of the CAC 40) from 1976 to 1995 ... He was Honorary Chairman of Vivendi Universal ... He is the Director of Vivendi Universal Publishing ...
Crash Bandicoot Series - History - Multiplatform
... As Vivendi Universal's publishing deal with Sony Computer Entertainment had ended, the company took it upon itself to publish Crash as a multiplatform series ... After a falling-out between Vivendi Universal and the two entities, Traveller's Tales was forced to alter the game from a free-roaming title to a standard Crash ... Despite the rights of Crash Bandicoot going to Vivendi Universal, Sony still retained the rights for the distribution and porting of the original Crash Bandicoot game series ...
Original Version - MP3.com Sold
... financially, MP3.com was eventually acquired by Vivendi Universal in May 2001 at $5 per share ($23 below the IPO share price) or approximately $372 million in cash and stock ... Jean-Marie Messier, then-CEO of Vivendi Universal, stated "The acquisition of MP3.com was an extremely important step in our strategy to create both a distribution platform and acquire state-of-the-art technology ... MP3.com will be a great asset to Vivendi Universal in meeting our goal of becoming the leading online provider of music and related services." Vivendi had difficulties growing the service and eventually ...

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