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Judgements of the European Court of Human Rights on The Freedom of Expression: A Compendium of Legal Cases
The publication entitled Judgements of the European Court of Human Rights: A Compendium of Legal Cases contains brief summaries in Hungarian of nearly 450 decisions by the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR).
The Mirage of the Freedom of Speech
The latest volume in our series, edited by Édua Reményi and András Koltay, is entitled ‘The Mirage of the Freedom of Speech’, and offers a selection of classic works by British, American and French authors on the freedom of expression.
Robert C. Post, An Interpretation of the American History of Freedom of Speech
An outstanding and influential figure in the literature on freedom of expression, Robert C. Post has turned from the investigation of specific phenomena associated with the freedom of speech to focus his attention on the comprehensive theoretical issues of this area of the law and has formulated highly original answers resulting in a coherent whole. While interpreting American tradition and jurisprudence, Professor Post expounds certain decisive aspects of the legal thinking on freedom of expression, which are essential for European analysts and readers too.
YouTube introducing robots to monitor users and ransomware freezing networks in increasingly sophisticated ways in 2017
This year, YouTube and Google have taken perhaps the most important steps in their fight against defamation and hate speech: both companies are enhancing their algorithms in an effort to curtail extreme videos, fake news and articles inciting hatred .
Turkish president calling for full ban of Böhmermann’s satirical poem
Turkish president Erdogan’s lawyer, Cologne-based Mustafa Kaplan has filed an appeal against the ruling by the Regional Court of Hamburg. As is well-known, the Hamburg court had declared the poem, with the exception of its last six lines, unacceptable. In his petition to the court, Erdogan’s lawyer accuses Böhmermann of racism, which he claims had been directed against the entire Turkish nation. President Erdogan wants a ban of the entire poem.
Towards the curbing of online hate speech