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The right to correct published information and the right to respond to published information according to the Media Law

Vicko Prančić ; Županijski sud u Splitu, Split, Hrvatska


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str. 1231-1280

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Freedom of the media is in the service of individual and public opinion-making, providing the necessary basis for critical reporting and investigative journalism. Free from any influence, critical reporting should lead to the freedom of opinion and thus provide insight into political, social and cultural issues for all citizens. At the same time, the media can ensure the effective control of state power and oppose totalitarianism. However, the freedom of the media is not unlimited. Reporting which oversteps the information needs of the public may encroach on the protected areas of privacy and dignity of the human person and violate the rights and interests of natural and legal persons. The article discusses the right to correct published information, the right to publish information on the outcome of criminal proceedings and the right to respond to the published information according to the Media Law.

Ključne riječi

the right to correct published information, the right to respond to published information, Media Law, freedom of the media

Hrčak ID:

29145

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/29145

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