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Pauline TÜRK « Liberté d'expression et régulation des fausses nouvelles en France »

Contribution de Pauline Türk "Liberté d'expression et régulation des fausses nouvelles en France - Entre tradition libérale et impératif de régulation : un encadrement souple de l'expression en ligne en France", Rapport France, in O. Pollicino (dir.), Freedom of Speech and the Regulation of Fake News, Cambridge, Intersentia, 18 août 2023

Présentation de l'éditeur

Moreover, the digital environment has underlined how the marketplace of ideas is not free, but is shaped by public and private influences. The concept of disinformation is not only influenced by public actors, but also by other actors governing online speech. One inevitable element of the discussion is the key role of private parties, particularly online platforms, within the current news and information ecosystem. The process of content moderation contributes to setting standards for tackling disinformation, increasing the power of online platforms to make decisions on constitutional conflicting interests.

Within this framework, this book provides a comparative constitutional analysis of the relationship between freedom of speech and disinformation. By examining reports which focus on Belgium, Canada, Croatia, the European Union, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Japan, Macau, Romania, Turkey, the United Kingdom, the United States of America and Vietnam, this book analyses the constitutional challenges of balancing freedom of speech and falsehood, and the approaches adopted to deal with the spread of disinformation.

Auteur :
Oreste Pollicino

Autres collaborateurs :
L’ouvrage rassemble les contributions de : Giuseppe B. Abbamonte (European Commission), Elke Cloots (University of Antwerp, Belgium), Peter Coe (University of Birmingham, United Kingdom), Nicolae-Dragos Costescu (University of Bucharest, Romania), Tat Dung Dang (Hochiminh City University of Law, Vietnam), Paula Gori (European University Institute), Leslie Gielow Jacobs (University of the Pacific, United States of America), Sarah Lambrecht (Constitutional Court of Belgium; University of Antwerp, Belgium), Elena Lazar (University of Bucharest, Romania), Michela Manetti (University of Siena, Italy), Eijiro Mizutani (Kansai University, Japan), Erdem Iker Multu (Hacettepe University, Türkiye), Riku Neuvonen (Tampere University, Finland), Rostam J. Neuwirth (University of Macau, Macao (China)), Oreste Pollicino (University of Bocconi, Italy), Gábor Polyák (Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary), Dalida Rittossa (University of Rijeka, Croatia), Marissabell Škorić (University of Rijeka, Croatia), Pauline Türk (Université Côte d'Azur, France), Onur Uraz (Hacettepe University, Türkiye), Eva Ellen Wagner (Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany) and Li Yi (University of Macau, Macao (China))


Paru le 18 août 2023, Créé le 11 octobre 2023
Sous la direction de Oreste Pollicino
Contribution de Pauline Türk
Intersentia, 18 août 2023