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IRIS index of the year 2018 - Issue 7

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INTERNATIONAL
COUNCIL OF EUROPE
 Committee of Ministers: Protocol amending Convention 108 on protection of personal datan°7, n.5
 European Court of Human Rights: ROJ TV A/S v. Denmarkn°7, n.2
 European Court of Human Rights: Unifaun Theatre Productions Limited and Others v. Maltan°7, n.3
 European Court of Human Rights: Stomakhin v. Russian°7, n.4
 Parliamentary Assembly: Resolution on the status of journalists in Europen°7, n.6
EUROPEAN UNION
 European Commission: Lithuania’s decision to suspend broadcast of “RTR Planeta” complies with EU rulesn°7, n.7
 European Commission: Proposed Directive on protection of whistleblowersn°7, n.8
 European Commission: Communication on completing a trusted Digital Single Market for alln°7, n.9
 European Commission: Guidelines on Significant Market Powern°7, n.10
UNITED NATIONS
 UN/OSCE: Joint Declaration on Media Independence and Diversity in the Digital Agen°7, n.1
NATIONAL
 [AT] KommAustria blocks ORF plans for exclusive YouTube channel and “Flimmit” pay-TV servicen°7, n.11
 [AT] First 5G auction to be held by RTRn°7, n.12
 [AT] 2017 RTR conciliation report shows telecommunications and media infringements at a record lown°7, n.13
 [BG] CEM’s report on the coverage of a catastrophe on the Trakia highwayn°7, n.14
 [DE] Regional media authorities classify BILD live streams as broadcastingn°7, n.15
 [FR] Courts authorise showing of “The Man who Killed Don Quixote” to close Cannes Film Festivaln°7, n.16
 [FR] Minister for Culture announces first part of her plan to reform the public audiovisual sectorn°7, n.17
 [GB] Ofcom opens seven new investigations of RT news channel for potential breaches of due impartiality rules under Broadcasting Coden°7, n.18
 [GB] Decision on portrayal of Leader of the Opposition in programme on UK/Russia relationsn°7, n.19
 [GB] Arabic satellite news channel in breach of the Ofcom rules on offensivenessn°7, n.20
 [HR] Campaign “For Higher Visibility of Women’s Sports in Electronic Media”n°7, n.21
 [IE] BAI Report on the effect of Access Rulesn°7, n.22
 [IT] Public consultation launched on AGCOM regulation on promotion of European audiovisual worksn°7, n.23
 [MD] Broadcaster fined for airing Russian programmen°7, n.25
 [MT] New Media and Defamation Act for Maltan°7, n.26
 [RO] The PBS’ Law, back to the Parliamentn°7, n.27
 [RO] Results of the public consultation on the allotment of radio spectrum for terrestrial digital broadcastingn°7, n.28

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