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New Diversity Rules for Social Media in Germany

by Jan Christopher Kalbhenn, LL.M. (Amsterdam) Background: The rise of Social Media Obviously one of the most pressing challenges for media regulators is the increasing Read More ...



New Media Pluralism Monitor side-reports

We have published two new reports written at the request of the CMPF as part of the “Monitoring media pluralism in the digital era” (MPM2020) Read More ...

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Australian Newspapers Redact Front Pages in Media Freedom Campaign

On 21 October, the front page of major newspapers including The Australian, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Daily Telegraph, The Age and the Herald Sun gave way to blacked out text representing the obstacles faced by journalists in this country. Read More ...

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Some reflections on the announced Facebook Oversight Board

After announcing the idea less than a year ago, Facebook has unveiled its experiment to establish an independent Oversight Board, known as the “Facebook Supreme Court”, which will decide over content moderation issues. Read More ...

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Eva Glawischnig-Piesczek V Facebook Ireland Limited: a new layer of neutrality

Last 3rd of October, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) ruled on the case of Eva Glawischnig-Piesczek V Facebook Ireland Limited (2019). Read More ...

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Working Paper: Monitoring online media pluralism in Flanders

The CMPF is pleased to publish a new working paper from Ingrid Lambrecht and Professor Peggy Valcke, members of the Belgian Media Pluralism Monitor country Read More ...



Recognition of the Media Pluralism Monitor from the New European Commission

Media pluralism is essential to democracy and the Commission Vice President of Values and Transparency should “make use of the Media Pluralism Monitor to identify Read More ...

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The role of National Regulatory Authorities in tackling disinformation

This article discusses the critical role of National Regulatory Authorities (hereinafter NRAs) in tackling disinformation in the digital media environment. Disinformation appears nowadays in the media ecosystem at an increased level and has adverse consequences on freedom of expression, on pluralism, and on the functioning of democratic polity. Read More ...





VIDEOS: Interviews with Summer School for Journalists’ Speakers

With around 30 participants in attendance and a host of media academics and experts invited to speak, this June saw another edition of the Summer Read More ...

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