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media law

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Press freedom in the EU: Legal framework and challenges

Written by Eva-Maria Poptcheva Freedom of expression and information, as well as the freedom of the press, which provides the most powerful platform for the first two, contribute significantly to the formation of public opinion, thus allowing people to make informed choices in their political decisions. These freedoms are therefore essential for democracy, which is … Continue reading

Re-use of public sector information

The EU public sector information (PSI) market for digital content products and services was estimated to be worth €28 billion in 2008.  Opening up greater access had the potential to add €40 billion per annum of further revenue. The proposed revision to the first PSI directive aims to correct differences arising among Member States, improve … Continue reading

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