The European Parliament adopted its position on the draft European Media Freedom Act. Ahead of the trilogues, Liberties reflects on the positive developments in the draft text, as well as some rejected amendments concerning media privilege and spyware.
Open letter to EU institutions to negotiate the strongest possible European Media Freedom Act to counter media capture and protect editorial independence and media pluralism across Europe.
Public letter responding to the CULT draft report on the European Media Freedom Act (EMFA).
Liberties joins the European Partnership for Democracy to call for meaningful transparency of media ownership at both the national and the EU level. Here are nine recommendations for how the EU can achieve that through the European Media Freedom Act.
Liberties signed a joint statement with journalists', media freedom, and human rights organisations bringing to the attention of the European Commission crucial policy elements overlooked by the European Media Freedom in its current draft.
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