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IRIS index of the year 2017 - Issue 5

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 European Court of Human Rights: Rolf Anders Daniel Pihl v. Swedenn°5, n.3
 Court of Justice of the European Union: AKM v. Zürs.netn°5, n.4
 European Commission: Consultation on significant market power guidelinesn°5, n.5
 United Nations: Joint declaration on freedom of expression and “fake News”, disinformation, and propagandan°5, n.1
 United Nations: New Resolution on the right to privacy in the digital agen°5, n.2
 [AL] Regulator concerned about practices of advertising spots in audiovisual median°5, n.6
 [BA] Work of Parliament blocked, financial disaster for the public servicen°5, n.7
 [BG] Taking advantage of a stronger position during negotiations for the distribution of ‘bTV Media Group’ Ltd. programmesn°5, n.8
 [BG] Violations of the Election Coden°5, n.9
 [DE] Licence fee also applies to second homesn°5, n.10
 [DE] Cable providers must treat private broadcasters equallyn°5, n.11
 [DE] Internet streaming of World Handball Championships required authorisationn°5, n.12
 [ES] CAC denounces two child pornography websites to the prosecutor and the policen°5, n.13
 [ES] CAC issues new general instruction regulating the Registry of audiovisual media services providersn°5, n.14
 [FR] Legal remedy sought by presidential election candidate wishing to take part in TV debaten°5, n.15
 [FR] Base for tax on advertising broadcast by TV channels found unconstitutionaln°5, n.16
 [FR] Application for suspension of licence to show subtitled original and French dubbed version of the film ‘Sausage Party’ to under-12sn°5, n.17
 [FR] Change in scheme for television channels contributing to audiovisual productionn°5, n.18
 [FR] Publication of Decree laying down rules applicable to the new ethical committee at each national public-sector audiovisual companyn°5, n.19
 [GB] Referral of Sky bid on media plurality groundsn°5, n.20
 [GB] Ofcom clears Sky news of “fake news” accusation and UK Parliamentary committee investigates the effect of “fake news”n°5, n.21
 [GB] Ofcom’s new rules on elections and referendumsn°5, n.22
 [GB] Ofcom becomes the BBC’s first independent external regulatorn°5, n.23
 [IE] High Court rules on order to reveal Facebook user’s identityn°5, n.24
 [IE] New General Commercial Communications Coden°5, n.25
 [IT] Italian Administrative Court dismissed all appeals against AGCOM copyright regulationn°5, n.26
 [IT] Legislative proposal on fake newsn°5, n.27
 [IT] AGCOM resolution on relevant markets in audiovisual media services sectorn°5, n.28
 [PL] Polish telecommunications company cautioned for anti-competitive advertisingn°5, n.29
 [RO] Modifications of the conditions for issuing and amending the notice of retransmissionn°5, n.30

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