LIABILITY OF SERVICE PROVIDERS FOR COMMENTS MADE IN THEIR WEBSITES; The rights of freedom of speech and information against the right to honor in Spain in light of the Judgment of the European Court of Human Rights of October 10, 2013 in the case Delfi v. Estonia

Autor:Ramón Herrera de las Heras
Páginas:1-14
RESUMEN

This work aims to address, in a practical way, the issue concerning the protection of the right to honor in social networks and websites through the European and Spanish case-law. This is an analysis of the content of such a right, the limits on the rights to freedom of information and speech, as well as regulatory changes needed to adjust the current legislation

 
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Volumen 12, Mayo de 2016
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LIABILITY OF SERVICE PROVIDERS FOR COMMENTS MADE IN THEIR
WEBSITES; The rights of freedom of speech and information against the right to
honor in Spain in light of the Judgment of the European Court of Human Rights
of October 10, 2013 in the case Delfi v. Estonia
Ramón Herrera de las Heras
Profesor Titular de Derecho Civil
Universidad de Almería
Email: lasheras@ual.es
ABSTRACT: This work aims to address, in a practical way, the issue concerning the
protection of the right to honor in social networks and websites through the European
and Spanish case-law. This is an analysis of the content of such a right, the limits on the
rights to freedom of information and speech, as well as regulatory changes needed to
adjust the current legislation.
KEYWORDS: Right to honor, freedom of speech and information, web pages, service
providers, civil liability.

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