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IRIS index of the year 2018 - Issue 9

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 European Court of Human Rights: Gîrleanu v. Romanian°9, n.1
 European Court of Human Rights: Egill Einarsson v. Iceland (No. 2)n°9, n.2
 European Court of Human Rights: Savva Terentyev v. Russian°9, n.3
 Court of Justice of the European Union: Online publication of a photograph is a new communication to the publicn°9, n.4
 International Organisation of La Francophonie: Launch of a practical guide on combating hate-speech in the audiovisual median°9, n.6
 Special Rapporteur on the promotion and protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms while countering terrorism: Facebook’s ‘terrorism’ definition is too broadn°9, n.5
 [AL] Commercial operators propose an amendment entitling them to public funds from the licence feen°9, n.7
 [CH] New rules for SRG: more public service, no targeted advertisingn°9, n.8
 [CY] Advertising ban on public service media provider CyBCn°9, n.9
 [DE] BGH refers questions to ECJ concerning YouTube’s liability for copyright breachesn°9, n.10
 [ES] CNMC requires two broadcasters to ensure that their magazine programmes and gatherings comply with the Audiovisual Lawn°9, n.11
 [FR] Does the special scheme granted to the INA for using audiovisual archives comply with Directive 2001/29 on copyright?n°9, n.12
 [FR] CSA warning letter cannot be appealedn°9, n.14
 [FR] Paris Première warned by CSA following incitement to racial and religious hatredn°9, n.15
 [FR] First steps towards parity in the film industryn°9, n.16
 [FR] CSA adopts 20 proposals to reform audiovisual regulationn°9, n.17
 [FR] Civil actions relating to literary and artistic property: clarification of regional courts’ exclusive jurisdictionn°9, n.13
 [GB] Ofcom decision regarding the undue product placement of two broadcasters during coverage of F1 Singapore GPn°9, n.18
 [GB] Ofcom decision that undercover report at a young offenders institution breaches privacyn°9, n.19
 [GB] Ofcom publishes research on online news consumptionn°9, n.20
 [GR] Licensing of national DTT providers completedn°9, n.21
 [HR] Constitutional Court decision on CRTA's conformity with the Constitutionn°9, n.22
 [HR] New law on audiovisual activitiesn°9, n.23
 [HR] HAKOM monitors interference to domestic TV and radio signalsn°9, n.24
 [IE] Jury determines public broadcaster 35% liable for defamatory comments made during programmen°9, n.25
 [IT] Roadmap for the release of the 700 Mhz Band frequenciesn°9, n.26
 [MK] Study of the media landscapen°9, n.27
 [NL] Publishing of secretly taped conversation with members of Dutch political party was lawfuln°9, n.28
 [NL] Study on digitization and fake newsn°9, n.29
 [RO] Public consultations on the licence fees for terrestrial digital audio broadcasting multiplexes and a tariff for spectrum usen°9, n.30
 [TR] Law gives new powers to the Turkish Radio and Television Supreme Counciln°9, n.31
 [TR] A Media Communication Department has been established under the Turkish Presidencyn°9, n.32
 [TR] Summary of Recent Decisions and Current Developments regarding the Turkish Data Protection Authorityn°9, n.33

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