The circumvention principle: an effective defence of national broadcasting systems against abuse?
Katsirea, Irini (2005) The circumvention principle: an effective defence of national broadcasting systems against abuse? Communications Law, 10 (4). pp. 130-134. ISSN 0898-2457
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Assesses the extent to which existing EC laws provide a satisfactory solution to the problem of circumvention whereby broadcasters in one Member State transmit programmes to another Member State while avoiding the latter state's broadcasting legislation. Considers whether legislation should be adopted subjecting such broadcasts to the laws of the receiving Member State, including looking at the origins of the circumvention principle and its application in European Court of Justice broadcasting case law.
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