Media Law Roundup: September 13th

New Policy Expands Online Free Speech Threats in China A September 10th ruling in Beijing announced that posting a rumor online that gets shared 500 times or seen 5,000 times will result in penalties. The law expands existing “online rumor”…

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Media Law Roundup: June 28th

Controversy continues surrounding Greek Public Broadcasting services The government’s closure of state broadcasting service ERT continues to cause controversy in Greece.  A court order on June 17th commanded the government to restore broadcasts; however, radio and state television have not…

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Catching Up with AnOx Alum Krisztina Rozgonyi

//CGCS spoke with Annenberg-Oxford Media Policy Summer Institute Alum Dr. Krisztina Rozgonyi about her experience as a participant and how it influenced her future career path.  Dr. Rozgonyi is a partner at PRK Partners and the head of the technology,…

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