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Pihl v. Sweden: Pushing Online Intermediaries Towards Private Censorship and Deanonymisation? - Legal Resources

The recent decision by the ECtHR in Pihl v. Sweden marks a new step in the definition of the emerging jurisprudence on liability of online intermediaries

Online Harassment of Journalists in Hungary - Forms, Coping Mechanisms and Consequences for Press Freedom - Reports

Online abuse is a daily issue for journalists. The International Press Institute interviewed media workers in Hungary about their experience with online harassment

Training course: European Journalism in the Digital Age - Opportunities

The Center for Media, Data and Society at the Central European University (Budapest) and SHARE Foundation (Novi Sad) invite applications for a “hybrid-style” training covering the challenges for watchdog journalism in the digital age

OCCRP Media ownership project - Monitoring tool

A three year analysis by the Organized Crime and Corruption Project unveils transparency and corruption issues in media ownership structures in Eastern Europe, the Balkans and the former Soviet Union

How does the media on both sides of the Mediterranean report on Migration? - Reports

Media coverage is vital to shaping people’s opinions on migration, but journalism struggles to resist oversimplification, emotional approach and political interference

The Right to Information Is a Human Right, Strasbourg Rules - Legal Resources

Hungarian authorities erred when they refused to provide a human rights NGO access to information – an essential part of freedom of expression – about the employment of pro deo lawyers

Attacks against journalists and media freedom in Europe - Reports

A review of major violations recorded by the Council of Europe “Platform to promote the protection of journalism and safety of journalists” shows worrying trends particularly in countries affected by conflict and unrest

Comparing models and demanding reforms of public service media in South East Europe - Reports

A comparative overview of funding and governing models of the public service media in the countries of South East Europe

ECtHR ruling in Delfi and MTE cases: More Questions Than Answers - Legal Resources

The role of online news portals as intermediaries and their liability for user-generated content has been at the centre of two recent ECtHR cases (DELFI and MTE). Divergent outcomes leave room for many questions

A comparative analysis of media freedom and pluralism in the EU Member States - Reports

Commissioned at request of the European Parliament LIBE Committee, this study examines existing distortions in media pluralism hampering the proper functioning of democracy and it proposes enforceable actions to correct the deficiencies found