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PRO Compliance | European Union, France | 9 Apr 2020

French interim measures force Google to pay publishers

France’s Competition Authority has given Google three months to negotiate an acceptable fee to pay news publishers for displaying their content in its search results.
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ELIG Gurkaynak Attorneys-at-Law | Turkey | 18 Jul 2019

The Constitutional Court's Decision on Freedom of Press and Expression Regarding the Contents of a News Article Posted on a Newspaper's Website

The Constitutional Court evaluated the access ban procedure under Turkish law and noted that access ban decision based on the Law No. 5651 on…
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Ulys | European Union, France, Germany | 2 Jul 2018

Le droit à l’oubli en matière de presse

La presse est de plus en souvent confrontée à des demandes portant sur le droit à l’oubli : on lui demande tantôt de supprimer un article dans les…
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DLA Piper | Germany | 5 Mar 2018

BGH stärkt erneut die Pressefreiheit: Bundespräsident a.D. Wulff bleibt Person des öffentlichen Interesses

Der Bundesgerichtshof hat entschieden, dass die Veröffentlichung von Bildern des ehemaligen Bundespräsidenten Christian Wulff beim Supermarkteinkauf…
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Kingsley Napley | United Kingdom | 14 Aug 2017

Fake news: are current UK laws sufficient?

The final of The Times/Kingsley Napley Student Advocacy Competition 2017 takes place on 25 September 2017. The title this year is: 'Do we need new…
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Graydon Head & Ritchey LLP | USA | 8 Aug 2017

The truth may lie between the lines

Rod Rosenstein appeared on Fox News with Chris Wallace on Sunday and talked about a number of issues. One that caught my attention was his discussion…
Commentary

CMS Germany | Germany | 15 Jun 2017

Ninth amendment of Act Against Restraints of Competition

The Federal Parliament recently adopted the ninth amendment to the Act Against Restraints of Competition. The agreed amendments take account of the ongoing digitalisation of the economy and also intend to close legal gaps in the liability for violations of competition law. However, one of the main aims of the proposed reform is to implement the EU Directive on Antitrust Damages Actions,......
Commentary

Gün + Partners | Turkey | 5 Jun 2017

Turkey's Corruption Perceptions Index ranking falls

Transparency International recently published the 2016 Corruption Perceptions Index, which reflects non-governmental organisations' and business world representatives' perception of public sector corruption. Turkey came 75th out of 176 countries. This is the third consecutive year in which Turkey's ranking has fallen and its score is the lowest that the country has received in the past four......
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Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP | USA | 1 Jun 2017

ALJ Says Company’s Neutral Reference and Press Inquiry Policies Violate NLRA

If you are a retailer, you may have policies and procedures in place regarding who can speak on behalf of your company. Such policies may generally…
Commentary

Saikrishna & Associates | India | 25 May 2017

Film censorship versus film certification

The recently constituted Shyam Benegal Committee has made recommendations on the functions of the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) in order to provide a holistic framework with a focus on limiting the CBFC's power to issue certificates, not censor films. It recommends that the CBFC should be a film certification body only, one whose scope is restricted to categorising the......
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