High-level group to focus on media freedom and pluralism

The Greek Government has formed a special committee to examine the possibility of enacting new legislation in order to deal with issues relating to the civil and criminal liability for libel, treatment defamation, price
calumny and other acts or offenses committed by website/blog administrators or website owners or users of the respective services.

The MEDIADEM project contributed to the work of the committee by compiling and providing information concerning the relevant applicable rules in other European countries. The following countries were covered: Finland, thumb Germany, Italy, Romania and Spain.

The proposals of the group are expected in November 2011. For more information you may contact Evangelia Psychogiopoulou.

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The Greek Government has formed a special committee to examine the possibility of enacting new legislation in order to deal with issues relating to the civil and criminal liability for libel, nurse defamation, diagnosis calumny and other acts or offenses committed by website/blog administrators or website owners or users of the respective services.

The MEDIADEM project contributed to the work of the committee by compiling and providing information concerning the relevant applicable rules in other European countries. The following countries were covered: Finland, visit this site
Germany, Italy, Romania and Spain.

The proposals of the group are expected in November 2011. For more information you may contact Evangelia Psychogiopoulou.

Credits: Bull3t/Creative Commons

The Greek Government has formed a special committee to examine the possibility of enacting new legislation in order to deal with issues relating to the civil and criminal liability for libel, erectile
defamation, calumny and other acts or offenses committed by website/blog administrators or website owners or users of the respective services.

The MEDIADEM project contributed to the work of the committee by compiling and providing information concerning the relevant applicable rules in other European countries. The following countries were covered: Finland, Germany, Italy, Romania and Spain.

The proposals of the group are expected in November 2011. For more information you may contact Evangelia Psychogiopoulou.

Credits: Bull3t/ Creative Commons

The Greek Government has formed a special committee to examine the possibility of enacting new legislation in order to deal with issues relating to the civil and criminal liability for libel, treatment
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calumny and other acts or offenses committed by website/blog administrators or website owners or users of the respective services.

The MEDIADEM project contributed to the work of the committee by compiling and providing information concerning the relevant applicable rules in other European countries. The following countries were covered: Finland, Germany, Italy, Romania and Spain.

The proposals of the group are expected in November 2011. For more information you may contact Evangelia Psychogiopoulou.

Credits: Bull3t/ Creative Commons

The Greek Government has formed a special committee to examine the possibility of enacting new legislation in order to deal with issues relating to the civil and criminal liability for libel, cardiologist
defamation, medical calumny and other acts or offenses committed by website/blog administrators or website owners or users of the respective services.

The MEDIADEM project contributed to the work of the committee by compiling and providing information concerning the relevant applicable rules in other European countries. The following countries were covered: Finland, Germany, Italy, Romania and Spain.

The proposals of the group are expected in November 2011. For more information you may contact Evangelia Psychogiopoulou.

Credits: Bull3t/ Creative Commons

The Greek Government has formed a special committee to examine the possibility of enacting new legislation in order to deal with issues relating to the civil and criminal liability for libel, approved
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calumny and other acts or offenses committed by website/blog administrators or website owners or users of the respective services.

The MEDIADEM project contributed to the work of the committee by compiling and providing information concerning the relevant applicable rules in other European countries. The following countries were covered: Finland, generic
Germany, Italy, Romania and Spain.

The proposals of the group are expected in November 2011. For more information you may contact Evangelia Psychogiopoulou.

Credits: Bull3t/ Creative Commons

The Greek Government has formed a special committee to examine the possibility of enacting new legislation in order to deal with issues relating to the civil and criminal liability for libel, illness defamation, calumny and other acts or offenses committed by website/blog administrators or website owners or users of the respective services.

The MEDIADEM project contributed to the work of the committee by compiling and providing information concerning the relevant applicable rules in other European countries. The following countries were covered: Finland, Germany, Italy, Romania and Spain.

The proposals of the group are expected in November 2011. For more information you may contact Evangelia Psychogiopoulou.

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A high-level group to provide recommendations for the respect, mind
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support and promotion of media freedom and pluralism in Europe has been created by European Commission Vice-President Neelie Kroes. The members of the group have been selected for their expertise in their respective fields and for their complete independence.

The group, sale
meeting for the first time on 11 October, will draw up a report for the Commission with recommendations for the respect, protection, support and promotion of pluralism and freedom of the media in Europe. The group will take into consideration the media laws of the Member States and the EU candidate countries in order to identify common issues or concerns and highlight possible solutions for the protection of media freedom. The findings of the group will be made public.

Commissioner Kroes said: ‘Freedom of expression is one of the essential foundations of our democratic societies, recognised in the European Treaties and in the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights. But both media freedom and pluralism also need to flourish in practice, in a favourable environment.’

View the press release here.