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IRIS index of the year 2019 - Issue 1

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INTERNATIONAL
COUNCIL OF EUROPE
 European Court of Human Rights: E.S. v. Austrian°1, n.1
 European Court of Human Rights: Annen (No. 6) v. Germanyn°1, n.2
EUROPEAN UNION
 Council of the EU: Publication of the Revised AVMSD in the Official Journaln°1, n.3
 European Commission: Proposal for a Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council on preventing the dissemination of terrorist content onlinen°1, n.4
 European Commission: Walt Disney Company’s proposed acquisition of 21st Century Fox approved subject to conditionsn°1, n.5
 European Commission: Infringement proceedings concerning the transposition of the directive on the use of copyrighted printed material for blind and visually impaired peoplen°1, n.6
 Online platforms and the advertising industry deliver EU Code of Practice on disinformationn°1, n.7
UNESCO
 Unesco: IGF 2018 delivers key messages to address Internet governance challengesn°1, n.8
NATIONAL
 [BE] CSA opinion on “must-carry” rules in French-speaking Belgiumn°1, n.9
 [BG] Disclosure of ownership and funding of media service providersn°1, n.10
 [CZ] The Supreme Administrative Court upheld the finen°1, n.11
 [DE] Federal Supreme Court decides that YouTube promotional channels and videos are not audiovisual media servicesn°1, n.12
 [DE] Berlin Administrative Court decides Bild live streams are not broadcastingn°1, n.13
 [DE] Media authorities publish guidelines on labelling of influencer marketingn°1, n.14
 [FR] Laws to combat manipulation of information finally adoptedn°1, n.15
 [FR] Signing of agreement between cinema organisations and Canal+ paves the way for new media chronologyn°1, n.16
 [FR] CSA orders Canal Plus to broadcast messagen°1, n.17
 [FR] CSA publishes its annual report on the application of its Food Charter n°1, n.19
 [FR] Molotov TV: HADOPI delivers opinion on the private copying exception for television programmes reproduced by remote accessn°1, n.18
 [GB] The High Court determines jurisdiction in online trademark infringement casen°1, n.20
 [GB] Channel 5 News held in breach by Ofcom for newscaster inaccurately reporting facts and the broadcaster not correcting the error in a timely manner.n°1, n.21
 [GB] TV ad ruling overturned after reviewn°1, n.22
 [GB] The Law Commission publishes report on abusive and offensive online communicationsn°1, n.23
 [HR] Hate speech in the media: scale, stakeholders and approachesn°1, n.24
 [IE] Referendum removes blasphemy from Irish Constitution  n°1, n.25
 [IE] Complaint on court report in news programme upheld in partn°1, n.26
 [IT] New rules on theatrical windows for Italian moviesn°1, n.27
 [IT] Competition Authority finds collecting society SIAE abused its dominant positionn°1, n.28
 [NL] Dutch State liable for statements made by former State Secretary about downloading from illegal sourcesn°1, n.29
 [NL] Professional online influencer mother must not feature children in contentn°1, n.30
 [RO] New modifications of the Audiovisual Lawn°1, n.31
 [RO] New members of the National Audiovisual Counciln°1, n.32
 [RU] Co-regulation on copyright protection online launchedn°1, n.33

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