Law against defamation

The Commission on Justice of the Chamber of Deputies is working on the Law against defamation and about telephone interception. One proposal is to introduce the obligation for blogs to publish a correction within two days in case of incorrect data. It is also under discussion the issues regarding the right to be forgotten: in case of defamation all the information published on the web have to be removed.

Country: Italy

Domains: Privacy

Stakeholder: Government

Tags: defamation, Italy, data protection, privacy, Internet, right to be forgotten, surveillance, interception, law proposal

Posted on Friday 24 April 2015

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