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IRIS index of the year 2019 - Issue 5

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INTERNATIONAL
COUNCIL OF EUROPE
 European Court of Human Rights: Høiness v. Norwayn°5, n.2
EUROPEAN UNION
 European Parliament: Directive on copyright and online transmissions of broadcasting organisations and retransmissions of television and radio programmesn°5, n.3
OSCE
 OSCE: Tallinn Guidelines on National Minorities and the Media in the Digital Agen°5, n.1
NATIONAL
 [DE] Federal Administrative Court submits questions to CJEU about broadcasting contribution payment methodsn°5, n.4
 [DE] Higher Administrative Court rules on the significance of spectrum scarcity for allocation decisionsn°5, n.5
 [DE] Court prohibits arbitrary changes to pay-TV programme packagen°5, n.6
 [DE] Ban on TV, radio and Internet advertising for online casinos confirmedn°5, n.7
 [DE] Bundestag votes for draft Trade Secrets Actn°5, n.8
 [ES] Constitutional Court of Spain rules out the use of hidden cameras for journalistic purposesn°5, n.9
 [ES] Spanish Court shuts down “stream-ripping” websitesn°5, n.10
 [ES] Decisions concerning information neutrality during election campaignsn°5, n.11
 [ES] Amendment to the Spanish Intellectual Property Lawn°5, n.12
 [FR] Political pluralism on television, European elections and editorial freedomn°5, n.13
 [FR] Conseil d’État confirms “12” rating for film “Sausage Party”n°5, n.14
 [FR] Proposed legislation on on-line hate to be debated in parliament soonn°5, n.15
 [FR] CNC presents the first section of its “Series Plan”n°5, n.16
 [GB] Local TV twice breached Ofcom’s Rule 9.5 by giving undue prominence to commercial businesses without editorial justifcationn°5, n.17
 [GB] Government responds to its Call for Evidence on the impact of social media on the administration of justicen°5, n.18
 [IT] Court of Cassation rules on ISPs’ liability in RTI v. Yahoo! casen°5, n.19
 [NL] Statements by a political party about “wrong real estate bosses” on a website and Facebook page were not unlawfuln°5, n.20
 [NL] Cookie walls: Dutch Privacy Authority declares that websites must remain accessible if tracking cookies are refusedn°5, n.21
 [RO] The Audiovisual Law modification promulgatedn°5, n.22
 [RO] Audiovisual rules for the 2019 European Parliament elections in Romanian°5, n.23
 [RU] False information amendments maden°5, n.24
 [RU] Disrespectful information bannedn°5, n.25

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