— Ofcom/BSkyB: Ofcom says a final decision on forcing Sky to cut wholesale channel prices will come in March. The board is due to meet this week as part of the deliberation process only. Competing pay TV providers, such as BT (NYSE: BT), have been lobbying for a review of the wholesale prices that BSkyB (NYSE: BSY) charges for its sports and cinema channels, claiming they are too high.
— Swedish P2P appeal: TeliaSonera is refusing to comply with a court order to supply details about one of its customers, the owner of SweTorrents, a closed site that tracks content torrents. The ISP says the order violates privacy laws, and is formally appealing the decision. (via Softpedia)
— Russian internet: The number of internet users in Russia is now up to 42 million, or 36 percent of the adult population. This represents a rise of 22 percent on the year before, says the Public Opinion Foundation. (via The Moscow Times)
— British Museum/BBC: The two organisations are collaborating on an online museum designed to show a history of the world. Users will be allowed to upload images of objects they believe are significant, to add to the artifacts sourced from UK museums. (via Brand Republic)
— Ivor Novello Awards: The awards, given out to composers, will this year include a new category, for best original video game score. (via The Times)