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IRIS index of the year 2018 - Issue 1

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 Committee of Ministers: Reply to the Parliamentary Assembly Recommendation on “Ending cyberdiscrimination and online hate”n°1, n.4
 Committee of Ministers: Draft Recommendation on the roles and responsibilities of Internet intermediariesn°1, n.5
 European Court of Human Rights: Tamiz v. the United Kingdomn°1, n.2
 European Court of Human Rights: Einarsson v. Icelandn°1, n.3
 Council of Europe's report clarifies concepts and identifies strategies to tackle disinformationn°1, n.6
 Court of Justice of the European Union: Judgment on cloud-based recording of television programmesn°1, n.7
 European Commission: High-Level Expert Group and public consultation on fake newsn°1, n.8
 European Commission: Public consultation on Europeanan°1, n.9
 European Parliament: Proposed Regulation on copyright and online transmissions of broadcastersn°1, n.10
 United Nations: Resolution on safety of journalistsn°1, n.1
 [AL] Regulator decides against the broadcasting of insurance company advertising spotn°1, n.11
 [AT] Online ads exempt from advertising taxn°1, n.12
 [BG] Changing criteria for assessing unfavourable media content for childrenn°1, n.13
 [CH] Copyright Act to be amendedn°1, n.14
 [DE] Network Enforcement Act enters into forcen°1, n.15
 [ES] The term "Government in exile" bannedn°1, n.16
 [ES] CAC Report on news coverage of the attacks in Barcelona and Cambrilsn°1, n.17
 [FR] Conseil d’Etat upholds formal notice served on C8 after sexist sequence during Touche pas à mon posten°1, n.18
 [FR] Validity of attribution of frequency for France Infon°1, n.19
 [FR] Judgment against screenwriter claiming infringement of copyright upheld on appealn°1, n.20
 [FR] HADOPI proposes better ways of combating piracyn°1, n.21
 [FR] CSA publishes first study on the image of women in advertisingn°1, n.22
 [GB] Copyright protection extends to TV formats under English lawn°1, n.23
 [GB] Urdu language TV channel breached election reporting rulen°1, n.24
 [GB] Statement of Issues concerning investigation of the proposed takeover of Sky by 21st Century Fox Incn°1, n.25
 [GB] Ofcom publishes report on diversity and equal opportunities in televisionn°1, n.26
 [GB] BBC publishes new complaints guidelinesn°1, n.27
 [GR] Application of the GS Media criteria by Athens Court of Appealn°1, n.28
 [HR] Croatian competition agency blocks sale of Nova TV to Unity Median°1, n.29
 [HR] Digital experimental broadcastingn°1, n.30
 [IE] Channel 4 entitled to claim journalistic privilegen°1, n.31
 [IT] Agcom resolution on collective management of copyright and related rightsn°1, n.32
 [NL] Council of State decision on media access to informationn°1, n.33
 [RO] Modification of the Cinematography Legislationn°1, n.34
 [RO] The Act on public service broadcasting, in line with the Constitutional Court's decisionn°1, n.35
 [RO] ANCOM, new managers, modified lawn°1, n.36
 [RS] RATEL imposed “Must Carry” obligation to operatorsn°1, n.37
 [RS] Several members resign from the working group founded to draft new media strategyn°1, n.38
 [RU] Ban of “undesirable” sites introducedn°1, n.39
 [RU] Media as “foreign agents”n°1, n.40
 [RU] Ukraine and Russia end TV and radio cooperationn°1, n.41

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