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Title: Risk-Based Regulation in the Media Sector: To Measure is To Know
Authors: Lefever, Katrien
Lievens, Eva
Valcke, Peggy #
Issue Date: Aug-2012
Series Title: Anales del SID 2012: Simposio Argentino de Informática y Derecho pages:1-18
Conference: Simposio Argentino de Informática y Derecho location:La Plata, Argentina date:27-31 August 2012
Abstract: Recently, in Europe and elsewhere, a trend towards more evidencebased and risk-based regulation has been noticeable. Such an approach ensures
that regulation is applied only where it is needed. In this light, the European
Commission’s strategy for media pluralism has shifted from regulating to monitoring. According to the European Commission, the development of a neutral
and objective monitoring mechanism could enhance the auditability of media
pluralism. This instrument would equip policy makers and regulatory authorities with the tools to detect and manage societal risks in this area and provide
them with a stronger evidentiary basis to define priorities and actions for improving media pluralism within the EU. This paper will elaborate on the instrument that has been developed for such monitoring exercises: the EU Media
Pluralism Monitor, which functions like a barometer and starts from a riskbased approach.
Description: http://www.41jaiio.org.ar/sites/default/files/1_SID_2012.pdf
ISSN: 1850-2814
VABB publication type: VABB-5
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IC
Appears in Collections:Research Unit Law and Information Technology
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