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Final Report - Internet Censorship
Final Report - Internet Censorship

Research coordinated by: Sarah Ikast Kristoffersen, Nikola Ćirić, Fani Dimoska, Vanya Rakesh, Olegs Sedjakins


Publication coordinated by: Maja Rajić


Patron: Patrick Penninckx, Head of the Information Society Department at the Council of Europe


Academic Board: Gavin Sutter, Guido Westkamp, William Echikson, Katerina Iliadou, Snjezana Vasiljevic


Countries involved: Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Lithuania, Malta, the Netherlands, North Macedonia, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia,  Spain, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom


Published: December 2020


Length: 1328 pages


Purchase: The report may be ordered in paperback version from Wolf Publishers – contact info@wolfpublishers.eu

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The International Legal Research Group on Internet Censorship is the result of the hard work of many individuals all over the European continent, from law students to our academic supporters from every corner of our part of the earth.

The main aim of the paper was to discusses one of the most important questions in today’s society: how do we strike the right balance between freedoms and protections in the online environment? This also allowed researchers to broaden their knowledge in this vast field of law, as well as hone their legal writing skills; both will prove to be invaluable assets throughout their career.