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The Nordic countries are well known globally by their high human rights standards and at the same time a high degree of internet freedom. This edited collection reveals how the Nordic countries have succeeded in the task of protecting freedom of expression the new media. It contains an overview of public policy choices and best practices of domestic online companies, which can have the aspiration of finding global acceptance.
Reviewing the topic of freedom of expression in new media within Nordic and Baltic countries, this book incorporates both general themes and interesting country-specific themes that will provide wider knowledge on the development of freedom of expression and media law in the online media era. Comprehensive analysis of regulation of online media, both at the level of legislation and application of law in courts and other authorities, are included. This book will contribute to the on-going discussion as to whether there is a need to modify prevailing interpretation of freedom of expression.
Human Rights Law and Regulating Freedom of Expression in New Media focuses on the multi-layered and complicated relationship between internet and human rights law. It contributes to the ongoing discussion regarding the protection of freedom of expression in the internet in the context of various doctrines of constitutional law, including the proliferation of constitutional adjudication. It will be of interest to researchers, academics, policymakers, and students in the fields of human rights law, internet law, political science, sociology, cultural studies, media and communications studies, and technology.