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IRIS index of the year 2019 - Issue 7

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 Christchurch summit in Paris calls for stronger action against terrorist content onlinen°7, n.2
 EBU publishes position papers on the interpretation and application of new AVMSD rulesn°7, n.5
 European Court of Human Rights: Kablis v. Russian°7, n.1
 European Commission: High-Level Expert Group on Artificial Intelligence publishes Ethics Guidelines for Trustworthy AIn°7, n.3
 European Commission: Creative Europe MEDIA publishes an overview of good gender practicesn°7, n.4
 [CZ] Broadcasting Council issues bias finen°7, n.6
 [DE] Courts decide on NPD European election adsn°7, n.7
 [DE] International online platform liable for copyright infringementn°7, n.8
 [DE] New online rules for public service broadcasters enter into forcen°7, n.9
 [DE] KJM invalidates FSM’s assessment of “JusProg” youth protection systemn°7, n.10
 [DE] KJM approves Sky’s “Family Feature” as technical system for protecting young people in the median°7, n.11
 [ES] Fiscal and labour measures for the protection of creators and artistsn°7, n.12
 [FR] Broadcast of a report on events covered by proceedings in the criminal courts - Conseil d’État upholds notice served by CSA on France Télévisionsn°7, n.13
 [FR] First urgent application to block dissemination of a tweet under the Act on combating the manipulation of informationn°7, n.14
 [FR] Decision by Competition Authority on historic channels’ exercise of preferential rights for films originally made in Frenchn°7, n.15
 [FR] Towards a new chapter for public film policy?n°7, n.16
 [FR] Social network regulation taskforce presents its reportn°7, n.17
 [GB] The Supreme Court considers how alleged defamatory words in a Facebook post are interpreted by the hypothetical readern°7, n.18
 [GB] Prince Harry accepts damages from paparazzi agency over helicopter snaps of his homen°7, n.19
 [GB] Age-appropriate designn°7, n.20
 [IT] AGCOM sets forth new guidelines defining the restrictions on gambling and betting advertisementsn°7, n.21
 [NL] Dutch broadcaster not liable for infringing former mayor’s right to private lifen°7, n.22
 [NL] Media authority to work more closely with Data protection authorityn°7, n.23
 [RU] Supreme Court on Copyrightn°7, n.24

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