Right to be forgotten: tackling the grey zones and striking the right balance

4th November 2014 / by Emma Goodman, LSE Media Policy Project Today, the Advisory Council to Google on the Right to be Forgotten holds its last public meeting in Brussels. The Council, which was set up by Google following the European Court of Justice’s ruling that a Spanish citizen had the right to ask the…

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A Blog Series: Time for a Plurality Dialogue

1th november 2014 / By LSE Media Policy (blog) LSE Media Policy Project (blog) Over the coming weeks, this blog will host insight from leading world experts focusing on the topic of the role of new digital intermediaries in the context of traditional media policy concerns with media pluralism and editorial responsibility. We are pleased…

Three-year project to support media in Jordan launched

29th October 2014 / By Petra News Agency Amman, Oct. 29 (Petra) – A three-year media project funded by the European Union (EU) was launched Wednesday. The ‘Support to Media in Jordan’ project is part of a broader EU initiative to support civil society and media and will be implemented by UNESCO’s Amman office in…