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IRIS index of the year 2017 - Issue 6

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INTERNATIONAL
COUNCIL OF EUROPE
 European Court of Human Rights: Ólafsson v. Icelandn°6, n.1
 European Court of Human Rights: Orlovskaya Iskra v. Russian°6, n.2
EUROPEAN UNION
 Court of Justice of the European Union: Judgment on sale of multimedia players enabling streaming of illegal contentn°6, n.3
 European Commission: Decision on 21st Century Fox’s proposed acquisition of Skyn°6, n.4
 European Commission: Decision on Lithuania suspending transmission of Russian-language TV channel “RTR Planeta”n°6, n.5
NATIONAL
 [AT] International jurisdiction of national court regarding satellite televisionn°6, n.6
 [AT] KommAustria approves ProSiebenSat.1Puls4 takeover of ATVn°6, n.7
 [BG] FILMAUTOR brings a suit against BLIZOO for infringement of movie copyrightsn°6, n.8
 [CY] Supreme Court rejects request to refer media law case to the CJEUn°6, n.9
 [CZ] Amendment of the Copyright Actn°6, n.10
 [DE] Twitch.tv channel requires broadcasting licencen°6, n.11
 [DE] Newspaper publishers bring class action against Rundfunk Berlin Brandenburg online servicen°6, n.12
 [ES] Competition issues in relation to advertising in certain Spanish TV Channelsn°6, n.13
 [ES] Telefónica will have to compensate competitors for the rental of football pay-TV channelsn°6, n.14
 [FR] Better framework for economic regulation of ‘unlimited cinema cards’n°6, n.17
 [FR] Docu-fiction on a court case: no invasion of privacy, abuse of a person’s image, or infringement of the main character’s right to be forgottenn°6, n.15
 [FR] Presidential election: CSA issues three warnings and one order to comply for failure to observe equal speaking time for presidential candidatesn°6, n.16
 [GB] Fox News breaches Ofcom Code by failing to ensure sufficient distinction between advertising and editorial contentn°6, n.18
 [GB] Regulator issues note to broadcasters for upcoming general electionn°6, n.19
 [GB] Government decides not to privatise Channel 4n°6, n.20
 [IE] High Court refuses to strike out presidential candidate’s claim over televised election debaten°6, n.21
 [IE] Decision on fairness and impartially rules for television documentariesn°6, n.22
 [IT] Court of Turin rules YouTube liable for copyright infringementsn°6, n.23
 [IT] AGCOM orders Vivendi to comply with a statutory ban to simultaneously hold qualified minority stakes in Telecom and Mediasetn°6, n.24
 [NL] Court dismisses complaint against public broadcaster NOS for not including political party in election debatesn°6, n.25
 [PT] Study released by media regulator shows that Portuguese children are increasingly digitaln°6, n.26
 [RO] National Audiovisual Council - Sanctions and Licensesn°6, n.27
 [RU] Online cinemas restrictedn°6, n.28
 [RU] Online broadcast rules for criminal proceedings adoptedn°6, n.29
 [UA] National cinematography will receive state supportn°6, n.30
 [US] Compulsory licenses for cable systems do not apply to TV streamersn°6, n.31
 [US] Fair Play Fair Pay Actn°6, n.32

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