Article 10 - All Updates - ECHR-KS
Article 10 - Freedom of expression
Cases selected for updating the Case-Law Guide.
Bild GmbH & Co. KG v. Germany, no. 9602/18
Injunction ordering news website company to cease publication of CCTV footage of a police arrest, and any future unedited footage, without blurring the face of the polices officers involved.
Eigirdas and VĮ “Demokratijos plėtros fondas” v. Lithuania, nos. 84048/17 and 84051/17
Obligation to publish decisions of the media self-regulatory body, which disciplined the applicants for breaching requirements of journalists’ and publishers’ ethics.
Manole v. the Republic of Moldova, no. 26360/19
Dismissal of a judge for having disclosed to a journalist a summary of reasons for her dissenting opinion before the full text of the decision was published.
Karaca v. Türkiye, no. 25285/15
Arrest and pre-trial detention of the applicant for the broadcasting of a television series on a channel belonging to an Islamist group, with the aim of slandering members of another Islamist group.
Gaponenko v. Latvia (dec.), no. 30237/18
Pre-trial detention of a political activist advocating for the rights of the Russian-speaking minority in Latvia in the context of his criminal prosecution for incitement to national and ethnic hatred.
Stancu and Others v. Romania, no. 22953/16
Journalists and editors’ conviction for defamation of a superior prosecutor and the then vice-president of the High Council of the Judiciary.
Anatoliy Yeremenko v. Ukraine, no. 22287/08
Defamation proceedings brought by judges and holding journalist civilly liable for article written on alleged judicial corruption. Interim injunction to remove the article from the newspaper’s website.
Żurek v. Poland, no. 39650/18
Measures taken against a serving judge for public statements concerning legislative reforms affecting the judiciary made in his professional capacity as National Council of the Judiciary spokesperson.
Taganrog LRO and Others v. Russia, nos. 32401/10 and 19 others
Declaration of international website and publications as “extremist”, withdrawal of distribution permit and prosecution.