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Freedom of expression, the media and journalists : case-law of the European Court of Human Rights

(2020) In IRIS THEMES 3.
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This e-book (also available in a printed version) offers a structured insight into the European Court of Human Rights’ case-law on freedom of expression and media and journalistic freedoms has been a widely appreciated. It is presented as a vade mecum on Article 10 of the European Convention on Human Rights. The target group includes lawyers, judges, law- and policy-makers, civil society actors, journalists and other media actors, academics, students, and indeed everyone with an interest in its subject matter. This revised edition contains summaries of over 315 judgments or decisions by the Court and provides hyperlinks to the full text of each of the summarised judgments or decisions (via HUDOC, the Court’s online case-law database). It can be read in various ways: for initial orientation in the steadily growing Article 10 case-law; for refreshing one’s knowledge of that case-law; for quick reference and checking, as well as for substantive research. The structure of the e-book is as follows: 1. Table of cases: an overview of all the cases summarised, including bibliographic data, keywords, hyperlinks to the individual summaries and hyperlinks to the full texts of the judgments or decisions. 2. Introduction by Dirk Voorhoof to trends and developments in the European Court of Human Rights’ case-law on Article 10 of the European Convention on Human Rights in the period 1994-2019. 3. Compilation of case-law summaries. 4. Appendices.
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Freedom of expression, media, journalism, internet, audiovisual media

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MLA
Voorhoof, Dirk, et al. Freedom of Expression, the Media and Journalists : Case-Law of the European Court  of Human Rights. Edited by Tarlach McGonagle, 5th ed., vol. 3, European Audiovisual Observatory, 2020.
APA
Voorhoof, D., van loon, A., Vier, C., & Ó Fathaigh, R. (2020). Freedom of expression, the media and journalists : case-law of the European Court  of Human Rights. (T. McGonagle, Ed.) (5th ed., Vol. 3). Strasbourg: European Audiovisual Observatory.
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Voorhoof, Dirk, Ad van loon, Charlotte Vier, and Ronan Ó Fathaigh. 2020. Freedom of Expression, the Media and Journalists : Case-Law of the European Court  of Human Rights. Edited by Tarlach McGonagle. 5th ed. Vol. 3. Strasbourg: European Audiovisual Observatory.
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Voorhoof, Dirk, Ad van loon, Charlotte Vier, and Ronan Ó Fathaigh. 2020. Freedom of Expression, the Media and Journalists : Case-Law of the European Court  of Human Rights. Ed by. Tarlach McGonagle. 5th ed. Vol. 3. Strasbourg: European Audiovisual Observatory.
Vancouver
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Voorhoof D, van loon A, Vier C, Ó Fathaigh R. Freedom of expression, the media and journalists : case-law of the European Court  of Human Rights. 5th ed. McGonagle T, editor. Vol. 3. Strasbourg: European Audiovisual Observatory; 2020. 633 p.
IEEE
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D. Voorhoof, A. van loon, C. Vier, and R. Ó Fathaigh, Freedom of expression, the media and journalists : case-law of the European Court  of Human Rights, 5th ed., vol. 3. Strasbourg: European Audiovisual Observatory, 2020.
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  editor       = {McGonagle, Tarlach},
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