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Review of press law underway in France raises concern

On 30 September the Senate completed a project of revision of the press law in force - which dates back from 1881 - with the intention to “repair more efficiently the abuses of freedom of expression”, and their potentially exacerbated gravity when the Internet is the means of publication. Read more...
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