Alessandro Pace

Freedom to Inform and the Right to Be Informed: Two Viewpoints Compared in the Interpretation and Early Applications of Art. 7(1) of the Radio and Television Consolidation Act

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Art. 7(1) of Consolidation Act No. 177 of 2005 relaunches the thesis according to which the activity of radio and television information constitutes a service of general interest no matter what broadcasting company or supplier of contents performs it, and that leads to posing the problem of whether this proposition, in the context of Consolidation Act No. 177 of 2005, is actually also binding on private ALESSANDRO PACE, "Libertá di informare e diritto ad essere informati: due prospettive a confronto nell'interpretazione e nelle prime applicazioni dell'art. 7, co. 1, t.u. della radiotelevisione" ("Freedom to Inform and the Right to Be Informed: Two Viewpoints Compared in the Interpretation and Early Applications of Art. 7(1) of the Radio and Television Consolidation Act"). Art. 7(1) of Consolidation Act No. 177 of 2005 relaunches the thesis according to which the activity of radio and television information constitutes a service of general interest no matter what broadcasting company or supplier of contents performs it, and that leads to posing the problem of whether this proposition, in the context of Consolidation Act No. 177 of 2005, is actually also binding on private companies and, if so, to what extent, as well as whether such obligations are constitutional and, finally, whether a subjective right of users to be informed is predicable on such basis.

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