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Factsheet on attacks on physical integrity of journalists. Factsheet on memory laws and freedom of expression. Factsheet on “prior restraints” and freedom of expression: June Ifches on the protection of journalistic sources.

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June Factsheet on the positive obligations of member states to protect journalists and the freedom of expression. Factsheet on the freedom of expression and terrorism. June Factsheet on freedom of expression and the broadcasting media. June Factsheet on other acts having chilling effects on media freedom.

Country Report, Poland in Comparative study in respect of filtering, blocking and take-down of illegal content on the Internet in the 47 member States of the Council of Fidhes, Swiss Institute of Comparative Law, 20 December PACE Resolution on the protection of freedom of expression and information on the Internet and online media, 25 April Committee of Ministers Guidelines on protecting freedom of expression and information in times of crisis, 26 September Arbitrary, unwarranted or politically-motivated arrests, detention and imprisonment of journalists and fkches media actors.

Political intimidation, including hate speech and use by public figures of abusive or demeaning language against journalists or media outlets. Failures to promptly, independently and ficnes investigate and seek fichss prosecute crimes and offences against journalists and other media institutions or actors. Acts having chilling effects on media freedom including restrictive legislation encroaching on media freedom.

Unjustified or indiscriminate blocking of websites or social media platforms, hacking, and surveillance or interception of communications data of journalists without due process of authorisation, etc. They are responsible for providing verified information on serious concerns with regard to the media freedom and safety of journalists.

Covers the most severe and damaging violations of media freedom, including but not limited to murder, assassination or direct threat to the life of apcee or other media actors, or their family members, because of their journalistic work; physical assaults or any acts causing grievous injury to journalists or other media actors, or the use of violence to threaten their physical safety; impunity for any such violations; prolonged arbitrary detention or imprisonment of journalists because of their professional activities or their status as journalist; arbitrary closure of a media enterprise; and any other acts posing a grave threat or having a severe impact on media freedom, online or offline.

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Covers all other serious threats to media freedom, including but not limited to physical assaults causing actual bodily harm, acts of intimidation and harassment; use by public figures of threatening or severely abusive language towards media members; unwarranted seizure or damage to property or equipment; laws and regulations that unduly restrict media freedom or access to information; actions that jeopardise the confidentiality of sources or the independence of the public sector broadcasters; abusive or disproportionate use viches legislation; misuse of governmental or other powers to direct media fichees or to penalise media or journalists; interference with media freedom through ownership, control and regulation; and other acts posing a serious threat to media freedom, offline or online.

This information is not a legal assessment of the alert and should not be treated or used as such. Skip to Content Home All alerts Countries Charts News Resources Thematic resources Attacks on physical safety and integrity of journalists Detention and imprisonment of journalists Harassment and intimidation of journalists Impunity Other acts having chilling effects on media freedom Thematic factsheets Partners About us End impunity.

Poland 7 active alerts 6 resolved alerts. Figures since April Figures since April Platform launch date. Figures since April Platform launch date Yearly figures Disclaimer.

Current year Figures since Percentage of alerts resolved or with a member state reply. Target Search in alerts Search all contents. June Factsheet on attacks on physical integrity of journalists.

July Factsheet on “prior restraints” and freedom of expression: June Factsheet on the freedom of expression and terrorism. The CoE Commissioner for Human Rights recalls that any restrictions on access to Internet content should be based ficches a clear and predictable framework affording guarantee of judicial oversight to prevent possible abuses. The CoE Commissioner for Human Rights details the prerequisites for fches and strong public service media.

The Secretary General welcomes the constructive dialogue with the Polish authorities on the public media legislation. Addressing the reform of public service media which is currently underway, the Commissioner urged the Polish authorities to introduce safeguards to guarantee the independence of public service media from political influence. Expert dialogue between the Polish Government and the Council of Europe: Coe Commissioner for Human Rights is concerned that the provisions of the new surveillance legislation are expanding the powers of police and special fichfs without establishing the corresponding safeguards for the protection of the right to privacy, journalistic sources and information covered by professional secrecy.

Upon return of his visit to Poland, Coe Commissioner for Human rights expresses concerns at the adoption in December of transitional legislation in the field of public service media, pending the adoption of a wider reform in this area, expected before the summer Comparative study in respect of filtering, blocking and take-down of illegal content on the Internet in the 47 member States of the Council of Europe, Swiss Institute of Comparative Law, 20 December Subscribe to the newsletter to receive the latest platform updates and news.

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Alerts are submitted by Partner Organisations, subject to their own verification processes and standards. Each contributing Partner Organisation is responsible for information which it posts. One of the 47 Council of Europe member States where the violation has occurred. Detention and imprisonment of journalists Arbitrary, unwarranted or politically-motivated arrests, detention and imprisonment of journalists and other media actors.

Impunity Failures to promptly, independently and effectively investigate and seek to prosecute crimes and offences against journalists and other media institutions or actors.

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Level 1 Covers the most severe and damaging violations of media freedom, including but not limited to murder, assassination or direct threat to the life of journalists or other media actors, or their family members, because of their journalistic work; physical assaults or any acts causing grievous injury to journalists or other media actors, or the use of violence to threaten their physical safety; impunity for any such violations; prolonged arbitrary detention or imprisonment of journalists because of their professional activities or their status as journalist; arbitrary closure of a media enterprise; and any other acts posing a grave threat or having a severe impact on media freedom, online or offline.

Level 2 Covers all other serious threats to media freedom, including but not limited to physical assaults causing actual bodily harm, acts of intimidation and harassment; use by public figures of threatening or severely abusive language towards media members; unwarranted seizure or damage to property or equipment; laws and regulations that unduly restrict media freedom or access to information; actions that jeopardise the confidentiality of sources or the independence of the public sector broadcasters; abusive or disproportionate use of legislation; misuse of governmental or other powers to direct media content or to penalise media or journalists; interference with media freedom through ownership, control and regulation; and other acts posing a serious threat to media freedom, offline or online.

Calculated as the difference between spce number of journalists reported in detention at the date of entry of the alerts and the number of journalists released since then. Calculated as the difference between the total number of impunity cases recorded on the Platform and the number of resolved impunity cases.