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Calidad Revistas Científicas Españolas
VOL.
13(1)/
2000
Author / Ana AZURMENDI Associate Professor. Department of Public Communication. University of Navarra, Spain
Article / The European Court of Human Rights (1959-1999): 40 Years of Jurisprudence on the Right to Information

Abstract /

The article analyzes tha main arguments of the 25 resolutions given by European Court of Human Rights about the right to information, focusing on the cases of conflict between the right to criticism and defamation, the right to information and the special protection of childhood and youth, the rigth to create new media and licensing policies; and on the problems risen by the commercial communications, the parallel trials, and the Newspersons´ Privilege. It deals specially with the distinction between the concept of freedom of speech and right of information, as a premise to evaluate the resolutions of the jurisdictional European organ.

Keywords /

Media Law, Privacy, Defamation, European Jurisprudence

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