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IRIS index of the year 2018 - Issue 8

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INTERNATIONAL
COUNCIL OF EUROPE
 Committee of Ministers: Recommendation on rights of the child in the digital environmentn°8, n.4
 European Court of Human Rights: M.L. and W.W. v. Germanyn°8, n.1
 European Court of Human Rights: Mariya Alekhina and Others v. Russian°8, n.2
 European Court of Human Rights: Centrum för Rättvisa v. Swedenn°8, n.3
EUROPEAN UNION
 Advocate General: Opinion in dispute between France Télévisions and Playmédian°8, n.6
 Council of the EU: Provisional Inter-institutional Agreement on new AVMS Directiven°8, n.7
 Court of Justice of the European Union: Grand Chamber judgment on the concept of a data controllern°8, n.5
REGIONAL AREAS
 EBU: Western Balkan public service media sign MOU for future cooperationn°8, n.8
UNESCO
 [FR] New CNC committee for checking regulationsn°8, n.23
NATIONAL
 [BG] Amendment in the media law due to the update of the CEMn°8, n.9
 [BG] Sector analysis on the competitive environment of the media market in Bulgarian°8, n.10
 [BY] Amendments to media law further restrict freedom of Internetn°8, n.11
 [CY] Extension of temporary television licences for one year to June 2019n°8, n.12
 [CZ] Czech Court decides against M7 Group concerning distribution of channelsn°8, n.13
 [CZ] Fine for unfair commercial practice concerning advertisement on TVn°8, n.14
 [DE] Federal Constitutional Court finds broadcasting fee broadly compatible with German Constitutionn°8, n.15
 [DE] Draft new Inter-State Media Agreement and associated online consultationn°8, n.16
 [DE] Federal Cartels Office approves ProSiebenSat.1 and Discovery streaming platformn°8, n.17
 [ES] New Order regulating state aidn°8, n.18
 [FI] Finnish government adopts a Media Policy Programme resolutionn°8, n.19
 [FR] Conseil d’Etat confirms two CSA sanctions against C8n°8, n.20
 [FR] Dispute between production company that owns “Le bureau des légendes” marks and publisher of a book on the seriesn°8, n.21
 [FR] CSA warns RT to respect honesty and rigour of informationn°8, n.22
 [FR] Reform in public audiovisual sector - Government announces its decisionsn°8, n.24
 [GB] Supreme Court rules on ISPs’ liability for website blocking feesn°8, n.25
 [GB] Judgement in the case Sir Cliff Richard v. BBCn°8, n.26
 [GB] Parliamentary committee report on tackling fake news and interference in elections in social median°8, n.27
 [GB] Ofcom issues decision on misleading on-air tweets in a new current affairs programme broadcast on RTn°8, n.28
 [GB] Information Commissioner’s Office issues Notice of Intent to fine Facebook GBP500 000n°8, n.29
 [GE] Constitution promulgates freedom of Internetn°8, n.30
 [IE] Data Protection Act 2018 enacted  n°8, n.31
 [IE] Decision on public broadcaster’s impartialityn°8, n.32
 [IT] Italian Parliament approves ban on gambling advertisingn°8, n.33
 [LV] Amendments to the Electronic Mass Media Law adoptedn°8, n.34
 [NL] Twitter user and Dutch website liable for disseminating explicit content of well-known TV personalityn°8, n.35
 [RO] The Audiovisual Law, back to the Parliamentn°8, n.36
 [RO] New state aid scheme for cinematographic industryn°8, n.37
 [RU] Amendments restrict exhibition at film festivalsn°8, n.38
 [UA] Court hearing on Russian broadcasts endsn°8, n.39

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