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ECHR Case law – Delfi AS v Estonia – ISP liability v freedom of expression

On 10th October  the European Court of Human Rights released so far unnoticed judgment in the case of Delfi AS v. Estonia (application no. 64569/09) concerning the liability of an Internet news portal for offensive comments that were posted by readers below one of its online news articles. Though the portal had argued that an … Continue reading

City council-run newspapers – duty to publish an opposition or dissenting opinion

The Press Act, Act No. 46/2000 Coll. was amended to include the issue of the City Council-run newspapers. The aim of the amendment is to ensure the impartial and accurate information given by the local authorities to public. The local authority use newspapers (almost every city has their own magazine or newsletter) as a means for informing public … Continue reading

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Dear readers and followers, I would like to make an announcement that I have opened my own legal office. The website of the office is www.ondrejova.cz


Ferdinand Peroutka granddaughter has filed a defamation claim against the Czech state because of President Miloš Zeman’s public defamatory statements about Czech most famous journalist who was during the WWII held in concentration camp and in 1951 emigrated due to communistic regime.

Ringier AG and AXEL SPRINGER AG sold the main and the most successful publishing house in the Czech rep. (the tabloid newspaper BLESK, AHA, REFLEX) to CNC.

Rheinisch-Bergische Verlagsgesellschaft sold one of the main serious publishing house in the Czech rep.

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