Accès Public Et Liberté D'expression Dans Les Résaux D'information

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Council of Europe, Jan 1, 2001 - Digital communications - 45 pages
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This publication presents guidelines for a European cultural policy that will guarantee freedom of expression and access to information held by cultural institutions. It outlines the context in which these guidelines should be applied, based on a study of the integration of new information technologies into the information society. It draws heavily on a report by Paul Sturges entitled 'Freedom of expression and the communication network'
 

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Contents

Preface
5
Public access and freedom of expression in networked information
7
The extent of freedom on the networks
10
The key players in the freedom v restriction debate
12
European measures
13
Filtering systems and other approaches
15
Conclusions
17
Applying freedom of expression at public access points
19
Managing freedom of expression
26
Conclusions
28
Guidelines for a European cultural policy
31
Definitions
34
Guidelines
38
Access in specialised institutions
39
Management of public access points
40
Filtering rating and warning pages
41

Responsibility of public access points
20
Welfare of minors
21
Thoughts on filtering systems at public access points
22
European legislation on filtering
24
Internet use policies
42
Note for the reader
44
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