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IRIS index of the year 2019 - Issue 8

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INTERNATIONAL
COUNCIL OF EUROPE
 European Court of Human Rights: Brzeziński v. Polandn°8, n.1
EUROPEAN UNION
 Court of Justice of the European Union: Sampling allowed, subject to restrictionsn°8, n.2
 Court of Justice of the European Union: Pay-to-view restriction on foreign TV channel now permissiblen°8, n.3
 Court of Justice of the European Union: Freedom of information and freedom of the press in relation to the Copyright Directiven°8, n.4
 Court of Justice of the European Union: ECJ on use of works in the reporting of current eventsn°8, n.5
 European Commission: Vodafone/Liberty Global cable deal cleared, subject to certain conditionsn°8, n.6
OSCE
 OSCE: Legal analysis on draft proposals to regulate electronic publications in Albanian°8, n.7
NATIONAL
 [AT] FPÖ video on "E-Card abuse" is discriminatoryn°8, n.8
 [BE] Major step forward in the development of DAB+ digital radio servicesn°8, n.9
 [CY] Amendments for harmonising the Law on Radio and Television Organisations with the AVMS Directiven°8, n.10
 [CY] Amendments for harmonising the Law on Public Service Media and the Cyprus Broadcasting Corporationn°8, n.11
 [CY] Extension of Television Temporary Licences for one Year to June 2020n°8, n.12
 [DE] Federal Constitutional Court on the difference between expression of an opinion and defamatory criticismn°8, n.13
 [DE] ‘StreamOn’ injunction confirmedn°8, n.14
 [DE] Federal Office for Justice fines Facebookn°8, n.15
 [ES] Acquittal of the four persons responsible for the largest pirated website in Spainn°8, n.16
 [ES] Intellectual Property Commission orders the blocking of infringing websitesn°8, n.17
 [ES] Using a domain name for the purpose of selling it to the owner of a trademark is forbiddenn°8, n.18
 [FR] Publication of controversial legislation creating a "GAFA tax"n°8, n.19
 [FR] National Assembly adopts online hate speech billn°8, n.20
 [FR] Next steps towards transposing Copyright Directive into French law through the Audiovisual Reform Billn°8, n.22
 [FR] Neighbouring rights: France is the first country to transpose the European Copyright Directiven°8, n.21
 [GB] RT fined GBP 200 000 for breach of due impartiality rules but broadcaster challenges decisionn°8, n.23
 [GB] Ofcom publishes two reports concerning public service broadcastersn°8, n.24
 [GB] Advertising Standards Authority enforces new ad rulen°8, n.25
 [GB] UK Regulator Expands Media Literacy Activitiesn°8, n.26
 [IE] Communications minister publishes Broadcasting Amendment Bill and announces reform of TV licence fee systemn°8, n.27
 [IE] Broadcasting Authority publishes submission to public consultationn°8, n.28
 [IS] The national lottery draw on the Icelandic National Broadcasting Service: Advertisement but not sponsored contentn°8, n.29
 [IT] Dailymotion not protected by the E-Commerce Directiven°8, n.30
 [IT] Italian DPA issues EUR 1 million fines against Facebook over Cambridge Analytica scandaln°8, n.31
 [NL] Online news platform entitled to Copyright Act exception on portraitsn°8, n.32
 [NL] Targeted television advertising by KPN is permissible under the Media Actn°8, n.33
 [RO] Modification of the Audiovisual Coden°8, n.34
 [RO] National Audiovisual Council - focus on very sensitive casesn°8, n.35
 [TR] Regulation on Radio, Television, and Optional Broadcasting Services provided on the Internet entered into forcen°8, n.36

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