In a move that goes against the recent geopolitical trend ushering out global trade agreements in favour of increased nationalism, the EU has again created rules designed to make digital content borderless. A digital single market is a modern solution to a modern problem - but the fight to allow creators to get their work the widest possible audiences while still being compensated appropriately for it is something that has existed for decades through things like television licensing and syndication.

Do you think content aggregators like Netflix and Amazon Prime should have the right to decide which content is accessible across multiple markets, or is it the audience that deserves the freedom of being able to access content from anywhere in the world?