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IRIS index of the year 2018 - Issue 5

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INTERNATIONAL
COUNCIL OF EUROPE
 Committee of Ministers: Recommendation on media pluralism and transparency of media ownershipn°5, n.4
 Committee of Ministers: Recommendation on the roles and responsibilities of Internet intermediariesn°5, n.5
 European Court of Human Rights: Endy Gęsina-Torres v. Polandn°5, n.1
 European Court of Human Rights: Mehmet Hasan Altan v. Turkey and Şahin Alpay v. Turkeyn°5, n.2
 European Court of Human Rights: Sinkova v. Ukrainen°5, n.3
EUROPEAN UNION
 Council of the EU: Regulation on cross-border portability of online content services takes effectn°5, n.6
 European Commission: Final Report of the High Level Expert Group on Fake News and Online Disinformation Publishedn°5, n.7
 European Commission: Notice on Brexit and EU rules in the field of audiovisual media servicesn°5, n.8
NATIONAL
 [AT] Austrian Federal Administrative Court confirms KommAustria’s Champions League decisionn°5, n.9
 [AT] Media law aspects of the ÖVP/FPÖ coalition agreementn°5, n.10
 [DE] Broadcasting fee compatible with EU lawn°5, n.11
 [DE] Vodafone must block kinox.ton°5, n.12
 [DE] ARD examines partnership with StreamOn and Vodafone Passn°5, n.13
 [FR] Court of Cassation upholds court decision against creator of illegal eMule downloading siten°5, n.14
 [FR] Conseil d’Etat, asked for opinion by government, lays down method for new Radio France president taking up postn°5, n.15
 [FR] Court suspends all-audience certificate issued to the film Fifty Shades Freedn°5, n.16
 [FR] Fake news bill submitted to Parliamentn°5, n.17
 [GB] High Court awards damages against Channel 5 for failing to obtain consent and infringing filmed parties’ privacyn°5, n.18
 [GB] The Government ends the Leveson Inquiryn°5, n.19
 [IE] Data Protection Commissioner and Google Ireland win High Court appeal on first ‘right to be forgotten’ casen°5, n.20
 [IE] Copyright and Other Intellectual Property Law Provisions Bill 2018 publishedn°5, n.21
 [IE] Broadcasting Authority publishes updated guidelines in advance of upcoming referendumn°5, n.22
 [IT] Italian Competition Authority approves, subject to licensing conditions, the award of all Serie A’s broadcasting rights to Mediapron°5, n.23
 [NL] AG opinion on the blocking of The Pirate Bayn°5, n.24
 [NL] Raad voor Cultuur recommendations on Dutch audiovisual media sectorn°5, n.25
 [PL] Controversial Holocaust Act enters into forcen°5, n.26
 [PL] Multimedia Polska changes illegal contract practice following competition authority’s criticismn°5, n.27
 [PL] Consultations on opening cable networks to competitorsn°5, n.28
 [RO] Public consultation on the allotment of radio spectrum for terrestrial digital broadcastingn°5, n.29
 [RU] Cinema fined for comedy exhibitionn°5, n.30
 [TM] Broadcasting Law Adoptedn°5, n.31

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