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New publication on Freedom of Expression and the Internet

We contributed with a chapter in a book published by the Council of Europe, under the titel Human Rights Challenges in the Digital Age : Judicial Perspectives. The preface of the book is written by Sir Nicolas Bratza, the former president of the European Court of Human Rights, the final words as an ‘aerial view’ are from Robert Spano, the actual vice-president of the Court. Our chapter under the heading ‘Same standards, different tools? The ECtHR and the protection and limitations of freedom of expression in the digital environment’, explores and analyses how the European Court of Human Rights has applied and integrated basic principles on the right to freedom of expression in the digital environment, while reflecting the technology’s specific features and particular nature of the Internet. More information here.

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