Ericsson completes Envivio acquisition; DCMA exemption allows for tech tinkering

More online video news from across the Web:

> Ericsson completed its acquisition of Envivio through a tender offer of $4.10 per share. Envivio will continue to operate as a subsidiary of the wireless giant. Release

> An exemption to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act that keeps individuals from being sued for tinkering with or "jailbreaking" their iPhones, cars or other connected devices was passed by the Librarian of Congress. Forbes article

> YouTube Red has agreed to pay video bloggers a cut of subscription fees even during the service's free trial period. BBC News article

> Akamai's stock took a hit after its third-quarter earnings showed slowing growth in media revenue, perhaps impacted by competing CDNs built by Apple, Facebook and Microsoft. Streaming Media post

> TiVo Research will begin giving away basic TV ratings data from its set-top boxes for free beginning in the fourth quarter. Release

> A lawsuit against Hulu has been dropped by a group of consumers, ending a dispute as to whether Hulu violated the Video Privacy Protection Act by including a Facebook "Like" button on its site. MediaPost article

And finally … the first trailer for Adam Sandler's Netflix movie, The Ridiculous Six, debuted this week ahead of the movie's Dec. 11 release. Article

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