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Dr. R.F. (Ronan) Fahy

Faculteit der Rechtsgeleerdheid
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  • Profile

     

    Ronan Fahy (Ó Fathaigh) is a Senior Researcher at the Institute for Information Law (IViR), University of Amsterdam, and specialises in fundamental rights, in particular freedom of expression and privacy. He is a member of the Digital Transformation of Decision-Making research initiative at the Amsterdam Law School, examining the normative implications of the shift toward automated decision-making, and the effect on democratic values and fundamental rights. He has published his work in numberous international academic journals, including Communications LawJournal of Media LawEuropean Human Rights Law ReviewEuropean Data Protection Law ReviewInternet Policy Review, and Utrecht Law Review, and is a regulator contributor to the Strasbourg Observers blog, commenting on current human rights issues. Ronan has a PhD in law from the Human Rights Centre at Ghent University, and is a former legal researcher with the Irish public broadcaster (RTÉ), and former visiting research fellow at Columbia University.

  • Publications

    R. Ó Fathaigh, N. Helberger, and N. Appelman, “The Perils of Legally Defining Disinformation,” (2021) 10(4) Internet Policy Review 1-15.

    R. Ó Fathaigh, T. Dobber, F. Zuiderveen Borgesius, and J. Shires, “Microtargeted propaganda by foreign actors: An interdisciplinary exploration,” (2021) Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law.

    J. van Hoboken and R. Ó Fathaigh, “Regulating Disinformation in Europe: Implications for Speech and Privacy,” (2021) 6 UC Irvine Journal of International, Transnational, and Comparative Law 9-36. 

    J. van Hoboken and R. Ó Fathaigh, “Smartphone Platforms as Privacy Regulators,” (2021) 41 Computer Law & Security Review 1-18. 

    M. Betzel, L. Nyakas, J. Papp, L. Kelemen, Z. Monori, Á. Varga, F. Marrazzo S. Matějka, R. Ó Fathaigh, and N. Helberger, Notions of Disinformation and Related Concepts (European Regulators Group for Audiovisual Media Services, 2021). 

    J. van Hoboken, N. Appelman, A. van Duin, T. Blom, B. Zarouali, R. Ó Fathaigh, M. Seel, E. Stringhi, and N. Helberger, Legal routes for the speedy removal of unlawful online content (Ministry of Justice, 2020).

    T. McGonagle, R. Ó Fathaigh, G. Bouché, M. Rucz, S. Stapel, M. Seel, and A. van der Sangen, Safety of journalists and the fighting of corruption in the EU (European Parliament's Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs, 2020)

    H. Tworek, R. Ó Fathaigh, L. Bruggeman, and C. Tenove, Dispute Resolution and Content Moderation (Transatlantic Working Group on Content Moderation Online and Freedom of Expression, 2020) 

    J. van Hoboken, N. Appelman, R. Ó Fathaigh, P. Leerssen, T. McGonagle, N. van Eijk and N. Helberger, The legal framework on the dissemination of disinformation through Internet services and the regulation of political advertising (Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations, 2019). 

    T. Dobber, R. Ó Fathaigh, and F. Zuiderveen Borgesius, “The Regulation of Online Political Microtargeting in Europe,” (2019) 8(4) Internet Policy Review 1-20. 

    R. Ó Fathaigh and J. van Hoboken, “European Regulation of Smartphone Ecosystems,” (2019) 5(4) European Data Protection Law Review 476-491. 

    R. Ó Fathaigh and D. Voorhoof, “Article 10 ECHR and Expressive Conduct,” (2019) 24 (2) Communications Law 62-73.  

    R. Ó Fathaigh, “The Chilling Effect of Turkey’s Article 301 Insult Law,” (2019) 24(3) European Human Rights Law Review 298-308.

    F. Zuiderveen Borgesius, J. Möller, T. Dobber, S. Kruikemeier, K. Irion, S. Stapel, R. Ó Fathaigh, B. Bodo, C. de Vreese, “Online politieke microtargeting - Een zegen of een vloek voor de democratie?” (2019) Nederlands Juristenblad 661.

    R. Ó Fathaigh, J. van Hoboken, and N. van Eijk, “Mobile Privacy and Business-to-Platform Dependencies: An Analysis of SEC Disclosures,” (2019) 14 Journal of Business & Technology Law 49.  

    P. Nooren, N. van Gorp, N. van Eijk, and R. Ó Fathaigh, “Should We Regulate Digital Platforms? A New Framework for Evaluating Policy Options,” (2018) 10 Policy & Internet 264.

    F. J. Zuiderveen Borgesius, J. Möller, S. Kruikemeier, R. Ó Fathaigh, K. Irion, T. Dobber, B. Bodo, C. de Vreese, “Online Political Microtargeting: Promises and Threats for Democracy,” (2018) 14 Utrecht Law Review 82.

    R. Ó Fathaigh, “Eker v. Turkey: The Right of Reply under the European Convention,” (2018) European Human Rights Cases 387.

    R. Ó Fathaigh, "The Chilling Effect of Liability for Online Reader Comments," (2017) 22 European Human Rights Law Review 387. 

    R. Ó Fathaigh, “Rubio Dosamantes v. Spain,” (2017) European Human Rights Cases 117. 

    R. Ó Fathaigh and K. de Beer, "Het Parool v. the Nethelands," (2017) European Human Rights Cases 2.  

    R. Ó Fathaigh, “ Keena v Ireland and the Protection of Journalistic Sources,” 19  Irish Journal of European Law (2016).  

    R. Ó Fathaigh, “Political Advertising Bans and Freedom of Expression,” 27  Greek Public Law Review 226 (2014).

    R. Ó Fathaigh, “Article 10 and the Chilling Effect Principle,”  (2013) 18 European Human Rights Law Review 304.

    R. Ó Fathaigh and D. Voorhoof, "Belpierto v. Italy: Does Parliamentary Privilege Extend to the Press?" (2013) European Human Rights Cases 2816.

    R. Ó Fathaigh, “The Recognition of a Right of Reply under the European Convention,” 4 (2)  Journal of Media Law 322 (2012).

    R. Ó Fathaigh, “Anti-Abortion Protest and Freedom of Expression in Europe,” 17  Columbia Journal of European Law 47 (2011).

    R. Ó Fathaigh, “Palomo Sánchez v. Spain,” 12  European Human Rights Cases 1794 (2011).

    R. Ó Fathaigh, “Broadcasting Regulation in Ireland: Regulation Built on a False Premise,” 10  Hibernian Law Journal 41 (2011).

    M. Cappello (ed.), Media reporting: facts, nothing but facts? (Strasbourg: European Audiovisual Observatory, 2018) 

    M. Cappello (ed.), Media coverage of elections: the legal framework in Europe (Strasbourg: European Audiovisual Observatory, 2017) 

    F. Zuiderveen Borgesius (ed.), An Assessment of the Commission’s Proposal on Privacy and Electronic Communications (Brussels: European Union, 2017). 

    M. Cappello (ed.), Regional and local broadcasting in Europe (Strasbourg: European Audiovisual Observatory, 2016).

    N. van Eijk, R. Fahy, H. van Til, et al., Digital platforms: an analytical framework for identifying and evaluating policy options  (The Hague: TNO, 2015). 

    R. Ó Fathaigh and D. Voorhoof, “The European Court of Human Rights, Media Freedom and Democracy,” in M. Price, S. Verhulst, L. Morgan (eds.),  Routledge Handbook of Media Law (New York: Routledge, 2012).

    R. Ó Fathaigh, “Case law related to Article 10 of the European Convention,” in D. Voorhoof,  European Media Law (Herentals: Knops Publishing, 2011). 

  • Conference papers and presentations

    R. Ó Fathaigh, T. Dobber, F. Zuiderveen Borgesius, and J. Shires, “Microtargeted Propaganda by Foreign Actors: An Interdisciplinary Exploration,” 71st Annual International Communication Association Conference, 27-31 May 2021. 

    R. Ó Fathaigh, N. Helberger, and N. Appelman, “The Perils of Legally Defining Disinformation,” 71st Annual International Communication Association Conference, 27-31 May 2021. 

    R. Ó Fathaigh, J. Möller and R. Bellanova, “Digital Platforms and the Digitisation of Government Surveillance,” TILTing Perspectives 2021, Tilburg University, 19 May 2021. 

    R. Ó Fathaigh, T. Dobber, F. Zuiderveen Borgesius, and J. Shires, “Microtargeted propaganda by foreign actors: an interdisciplinary exploration,” CyberNorms 2020, The Hague, 10-11 November 2020.

    J. van Hoboken and R. Ó Fathaigh, “Regulating Disinformation in Europe: Implications for Speech and Privacy,” Symposium on The Transnational Legal Ordering of Privacy and Speech, University of California, Irvine, 11-12 September 2020.

    R. Ó Fathaigh, “Disinformation, research and access to data,” European Regulators Group for Audiovisual Media Seminar on Disinformation: Research & Access to Data, 10 July 2020.

    N. Appelman, J. van Hoboken, A. van Duin, B. Zaraouli, R. Ó Fathaigh, and N. Helberger,  “The experience of people in the Netherlands with online content that causes personal harm and the route to an effective remedy,” Workshop on Empirical Approaches in Platform Governance Research, Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society, 17 June 2020.  

    R. Ó Fathaigh, “Legal frameworks for online political advertising and microtargeting,” Roundtable on Online Political Advertising and Microtargeting, European Commission, Dutch Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations, and International IDEA, 15 June 2020. 

    T. Dobber, R. Ó Fathaigh, and F. Zuiderveen Borgesius, “Online political microtargeting by foreign actors – An interdisciplinary exploration,” (Online) Privacy Law Scholars Conference 2020, Washington DC.

    R. Ó Fathaigh and J. van Hoboken, “Regulation of Online Disinformation and Political Advertising,” Shaping the EU’s response to online interference, European External Action Service, Brussels, 4-5 March 2020. 

    R. Ó Fathaigh, VUB Workshop: “Online Disinformation and Electoral Regulation: evidence-based policy making” (Participant), Vrije Universiteit Brussel, 26 February 2020. 

    R. Ó Fathaigh, “The Regulation of Online Political Advertising,” Political Content Online – the Future of Political Advertising and Fact-checking, Permanent Representation of the Netherlands to the EU, Brussels, 26 January 2020. 

    T. Dobber, R. Ó Fathaigh and F. Zuiderveen Borgesius, “European Norms for Online Political Microtargeting,” Cyber Norms 2019, The Hague, 5-6 November 2019.

    T. Dobber, R. Ó Fathaigh and F. Zuiderveen Borgesius, “The Regulation of Online Political Microtargeting in Europe,” Privacy Law Scholars Conference Europe, 24-25 October 2019. 

    J. van Hoboken and R. Ó Fathaigh, “The Role of Platforms in Privacy Law and Policy: Taking Stock and Looking Ahead,” Privacy Law Scholars Conference 2019, 30-31 May 2019. 

    R. Ó Fathaigh and J. van Hoboken, “European Regulation of Mobile Platforms,” TILTing 2019, 15-17 May 2019.

    T. Dobber, R. Ó Fathaigh and F. Zuiderveen Borgesius, “The Regulation of Online Political Microtargeting in Europe,” TILTing 2019, 15-17 May 2019. 

    T. Dobber, R. Ó Fathaigh, and F. Zuiderveen Borgesius, “The Regulation of Online Political Microtargeting in Europe,” Data-Driven Elections:  Implications and Challenges for Democratic Societies, Queen’s University, Victoria, Canada, 29-30 April 2019.

    R. Ó Fathaigh and J. van Hoboken, “Smartphone Ecosystems and Upcoming European Regulation,” Smartphone Ecosystems Roundtable, Amsterdam Privacy Conference 2018, University of Amsterdam, 8 October 2018.

    R. Ó Fathaigh, J. van Hoboken, N. van Eijk, “Mobile Privacy and Business-to-Platform Dependencies: An Analysis of SEC Disclosures,” Amsterdam Privacy Conference 2018, University of Amsterdam, 7 October 2018.

    R. Ó Fathaigh, J. van Hoboken, N. van Eijk, “Mobile Privacy and Business-to-Platform Dependencies: An Analysis of SEC Disclosures,” TPRC Research Conference on Communications, Information and Internet Policy 2018, Washington DC, 21 September 2018.

    R. Ó Fathaigh, J. van Hoboken, N. van Eijk, “Data Privacy, Transparency and the Data-Driven Transformation of Games to Services,” IEEE Games, Entertainment and Media Conference 2018, Galway, Ireland,  16 May 2018.

    R. Ó Fathaigh, J. van Hoboken, N. van Eijk, “Mobile Privacy and Business-to-Platform Dependencies: An Analysis of SEC Disclosures,” Privacy Law Scholars Conference 2018, Washington DC, May 2018

    R. Ó Fathaigh, J. van Hoboken, N. van Eijk, “The Data-Driven Transformation of Games to Services: The Impact of Mobile Platforms on App Business Models,” Privacy Law Scholars Conference Europe 2018, Brussels, 27 January 2018.

    J. van Hoboken, R. Ó Fathaigh, N. van Eijk, I. Liccardi, and D. Weitzner, “Transparency and Privacy in Smartphone Ecosystems: A Comparative Perspective,” TILTING perspectives 2017: Regulating a connected world, Tilburg University, May 17-19, 2017.   

    R. Ó Fathaigh, “The Chilling Effect of Liability for Online Reader Comments,” International Media Law, Policy and Practice Conference, University of Amsterdam, 13 April 2017.

    R. Ó Fathaigh, “Article 10 and the Chilling Effect: How the European Court of Human Rights Protects Freedom of Expression from the Chilling Effect,” Legal Research Network Conference, Ghent University, 17-19 October 2016.

    R. Ó Fathaigh, “Establishing Links to Learning,” paper presented at the iLinc Best Practices Event, Berlin, May 18-19, 2015.

    R. Ó Fathaigh, “Article 10 and the Chilling Effect,” paper presented at the Institute for Information Law, University of Amsterdam, March 20, 2015.

    R. Ó Fathaigh, “Establishing Links to Learning,” paper presented at the iLinc Best Practices Event, University of Amsterdam, October 30-31, 2014.

    R. Ó Fathaigh, “A Review of the European Court’s 2013 Term,” paper presented at the Columbia University Freedom of Expression Expert Group Meeting, New York City, February 25-26, 2014.

    R. Ó Fathaigh, “The Right to Reputation under the European Convention,” paper presented at the International Association for Media and Communication Research 2013 Annual Conference, Dublin, Ireland, June 25-29, 2013.

    R. Ó Fathaigh, “The Recognition of a Right to Reputation: A Judicial Response to Media Power,” paper presented at the Law & Society Association Annual Meeting 2013, Boston, Massachusetts, May 30 - June 2, 2013.

    R. Ó Fathaigh, “Criminal Defamation and Freedom of Expression: Lessons for Strasbourg from the Inter-American Court,” paper presented at the Irish Society of Comparative Law Annual Conference 2013, National University of Ireland, Galway, May 24-25, 2013.

    R. Ó Fathaigh, “Self-Censorship and the Chilling Effect Principle in European Media Law,” paper presented at the European Communication and Research and Education Association Annual Conference 2012, Istanbul, Turkey, October 24-27, 2012.

    R. Ó Fathaigh, “The Chilling Effect on Authors and Publishers,” paper presented at the PEN Flanders Seminar on Free Expression and Censorship, Oostkamp, Belgium, September 29, 2012.

    R. Ó Fathaigh, “The Chilling Effect Doctrine in European Human Rights Law,” paper presented at the Griffith College School of Law Annual International Human Rights Conference, Cork, Ireland, June 7-8, 2012. 

    R. Ó Fathaigh, “The Growing Importance of the Chilling Effect Principle in European Court Jurisprudence,” paper presented at the Queen Mary, University of London Symposium on Freedom of Expression, London, March 19, 2012.

    R. Ó Fathaigh, “The Case for Political Advertising on Private Television,” paper presented at the Centre for Studies on Media and Information and Telecommunications Conference, Brussels, Belgium April 28-29 2011.

    R. Ó Fathaigh, “A Challenge to the Prohibition on Political and Religious Advertising in Broadcasting,” paper presented at the Trinity College Dublin Law Colloquium 2011, Dublin, Ireland, February 19, 2011.

    R. Ó Fathaigh and D. Voorhoof,  “NGOs and Freedom of Expression: Recent Development in European Court Case Law,” paper presented at the Open Society Justice Initiative NGO Conference 2010, Strasbourg, France, October 20-22, 2010.  

    R. Ó Fathaigh, “Broadcasting Regulation in Ireland: Regulation Built on a False Premise,” paper presented at the Mastering Law Conference 2010, National University of Ireland, Galway, June 3-4, 2010.

    R. Ó Fathaigh, “Comparative Perspectives on Mental Health Law and Minors,” paper presented at the Global PhD and Researchers Colloquium on Disability Law and Policy, National University of Ireland, Galway, April 26-27, 2010. 

    R. Ó Fathaigh, “A Company’s Right to Sue for Defamation: A Reappraisal,” paper presented at the Trinity College Dublin Law Colloquium 2010, Dublin, Ireland, February 2, 2010. 

     

  • Blogs

    N. Appelman, J.P. Quintais, and R. Ó Fathaigh, “Article 12 DSA: Will platforms be required to apply EU fundamental rights in content moderation decisions?DSA Observatory, 31 May 2021.

    R. Ó Fathaigh and D. Voorhoof, “Yes, Prime Minister (bis): prosecution for satirical collage criticising Turkish prime minister’s foreign policy violated artist’s freedom of expression,” (2021) Strasbourg Observers, 19 March 2021.

    R. Ó Fathaigh, J. Möller, and R. Bellanova, “Deplatforming Politicians and the Implications for Europe,” Global Digital Cultures, 12 February 2021. 

    R. Ó Fathaigh and D. Voorhoof, "Defamation proceedings against Romanian MEP over anti-corruption comments violated Article 10," Strasbourg Observers, 11 August 2020.

    R. Ó Fathaigh and D. Voorhoof, “Refusal to give access to ‘confidential’ information about politicians violated NGO’s Article 10 rights,” Strasbourg Observers, 27 April 2020. 

    D. Voorhoof and R. Ó Fathaigh, “Studio Monitori and Others v. Georgia: access to public documents must be ‘instrumental’ for the right to freedom of expression,” Strasbourg Observers, 13 March 2020.   

    R. Ó Fathaigh and D. Voorhoof, “Journalist and editor’s conviction for incitement to religious hatred violated Article 10,” Strasbourg Observers, 19 December 2019.

    D. Voorhoof and R. Ó Fathaigh, “Denying journalist access to asylum-seeker ‘reception centre’ in Hungary violated Article 10 ECHR,” Strasbourg Observers, 4 November 2019. 

    D. Voorhoof and R. Ó Fathaigh, “ECtHR engages in dangerous “triple pirouette” to find criminal prosecution for media coverage of PKK statements did not violate Article 10,” Strasbourg Observers, 14 October 2019. 

    R. Ó Fathaigh, “Fine over ‘false’ information during election campaign violated Article 10,” Strasbourg Observers, 8 August 2019. 

    R. Ó Fathaigh and D. Voorhoof, “Kablis v. Russia: prior restraint of online campaigning for a peaceful, but unauthorised demonstration violated Article 10 ECHR,” Strasbourg Observers, 17 May 2019.

    R. Ó Fathaigh and D. Voorhoof, “Activist’s conviction for hooliganism over ‘obscene’ protest violated Article 10,” Strasbourg Observers, 22 January 2019.

    R. Ó Fathaigh, “Prosecution of a publisher for ‘denigration’ of Turkey violated Article 10,” Strasbourg Observers, October 29, 2018.

    R. Ó Fathaigh and D. Voorhoof, “Conviction for performance-art protest at war memorial did not violate Article 10,” Strasbourg Observers, March 19, 2018.

    R. Ó Fathaigh, "€1.25 million defamation award against newspaper violated Article 10,” Strasbourg Observers,  June 19, 2017. 

    R. Ó Fathaigh, “Polish mayor’s private prosecution of local journalist for insult violated Article 10,” Strasbourg Observers, August 12, 2016.

    R. Ó Fathaigh, “Ordering politician to publish apology for defaming Polish newspaper violated Article 10,” Strasbourg Observers,  July 14, 2016. 

    R. Ó Fathaigh, “Protestor’s arrest and conviction for disobeying a police order violated Article 11,” Strasbourg Observers, October 11, 2015. 

    R. Ó Fathaigh, "Imposing Costs on Newspaper in Successful Source-Protection Case Did Not Violate Article 10," Strasbourg Observers, November 17, 2014. 

    R. Ó Fathaigh, "A Lesson for Applicants: Don’t Agree to a Relinquishment to the Grand Chamber," Strasbourg Observers, July 4, 2014. 

    R. Ó Fathaigh, and D. Voorhoof, “German Court Injunction Banning Political Leaflet Violated Article 10,” Strasbourg Observers, May 20, 2014.

    R. Ó Fathaigh, and D. Voorhoof, “Newspaper Editor Criminally Liable for Senator’s Op-Ed, But Prison Sentence Violated Article 10,” Strasbourg Observers, October 7, 2013. Reposted on Inforrm, October 11, 2013.

    R. Ó Fathaigh, “Ban on Political Advertising Does Not Violate Article 10,” Strasbourg Observers, April 24, 2013. Reposted on Inforrm, May 1, 2013.

    R. Ó Fathaigh, “Banning Speech in the Public Space: Grand Chamber Agrees,” Human Rights in Ireland, August 1, 2012.

    R. Ó Fathaigh and D. Voorhoof, “Criminal conviction of professor for refusal to give access to research files did not affect his convention rights,” Strasbourg Observers, April 14, 2012. 

    R. Ó Fathaigh, and D. Voorhoof, “Yes, Prime Minister,” Strasbourg Observers, February 24, 2012. Reposted on Inforrm, February 29, 2012.   

    R. Ó Fathaigh, “Grand Chamber Seeks to Clarify Balancing of Article 10 and Article 8,” Strasbourg Observers, February 19, 2012. Reposted on Inforrm, February 27, 2012.

    R. Ó Fathaigh, “Grand Chamber Judgment on Trade Union Freedom of Expression,” Strasbourg Observers, September 14, 2011.

    R. Ó Fathaigh, “Grand Chamber Divides on Trade Union Freedom of Expression,” Media Lawyer, September 20, 2011.

    R. Ó Fathaigh, “Child Pornography and Freedom of Expression,” Strasbourg Observers, October 10, 2011.

    R. Ó Fathaigh and C. Wiersma, “Turkish Law Criminalising ‘Denigration of Turkish Nation’ Overbroad and Vague,” Strasbourg Observers, December 2, 2011.

    R. Ó Fathaigh, “Acquittal of Broadcaster for Criminal Defamation and Insult Violates Article 8,” Strasbourg Observers, July 14, 2011.

    R. Ó Fathaigh, “Absence of Prior-Notification Requirement Does Not Violate Article 8,” Strasbourg Observers, May 11, 2011.

    R. Ó Fathaigh, “Banning Speech in the Public Space,” Strasbourg Observers, March 10, 2011.

    R. Ó Fathaigh, “Comparing Abortion to the Holocaust,” Strasbourg Observers, January 25, 2011.

  • Publicaties

    2021

    • Fahy, R. F., & van Hoboken, J. V. J. (2021). Regulating Disinformation in Europe: Implications for Speech and Privacy. UC Irvine Journal of International, Transnational, and Comparative Law, 6(1), 9-36.
    • Fahy, R. F., Dobber, T., Zuiderveen Borgesius, F. J., & Shires, J. (2021). Microtargeted propaganda by foreign actors: An interdisciplinary exploration. Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law, 28, 1-22. https://doi.org/10.1177/1023263X211042471
    • van Hoboken, J. V. J., & Fahy, R. F. (2021). Smartphone platforms as privacy regulators. Computer Law & Security Review, 41, 1-18.
    • Ó Fathaigh, R., Helberger, N., & Appelman, N. (2021). The perils of legally defining disinformation. Internet Policy Review, 10(4). https://doi.org/10.14763/2021.4.1584 [details]

    2019

    2018

    • Nooren, P., van Gorp, N., van Eijk, N., & Ó Fathaigh, R. (2018). Should We Regulate Digital Platforms? A New Framework for Evaluating Policy Options. Policy and Internet, 10(3), 264-301. https://doi.org/10.1002/poi3.177 [details]
    • Zuiderveen Borgesius, F. J., Möller, J., Kruikemeier, S., Ó Fathaigh, R., Irion, K., Dobber, T., Bodo, B., & de Vreese, C. (2018). Online Political Microtargeting: Promises and Threats for Democracy. Utrecht Law Review, 14(1), 82-96. https://doi.org/10.18352/ulr.420 [details]

    2017

    2016

    2021

    2020

    2019

    2018

    • Fahy, R., van Hoboken, J., & van Eijk, N. (2018). Data Privacy, Transparency and the Data-Driven Transformation of Games to Services. In 2018 IEEE Games, Entertainment, Media Conference (GEM): 15-17 Aug. 2018 (pp. 135-145). IEEE. https://doi.org/10.1109/GEM.2018.8516441 [details]

    2016

    • Fahy, R. F. (2016). Comparative Study on Investigative Journalism - Ireland. In J. Ukrow, & G. Iacino (Eds.), Comparative Study on Investigative Journalism (pp. 216-225). EMR (Institute of European Media Law).
    • Kevin, D., & Ó Fathaigh, R. (2016). Spain. In M. Cappello (Ed.), Regional and local broadcasting in Europe (pp. 85-90). (IRIS Special; Vol. 2016, No. 1). European Audiovisual Observatory. http://rm.coe.int/regional-and-local-broadcasting-in-europe/1680789635 [details]
    • Kevin, D., & Ó Fathaigh, R. (2016). United Kingdom. In M. Cappello (Ed.), Regional and local broadcasting in Europe (pp. 103-108). (IRIS Special; Vol. 2016, No. 1).. http://rm.coe.int/regional-and-local-broadcasting-in-europe/1680789635 [details]
    • McGonagle, T., McGonagle, M., & Ó Fathaigh, R. (2016). Freedom of expression and defamation: A study of the case law of the European Court of Human Rights. Strasbourg: Council of Europe. [details]
    • McGonagle, T., McGonagle, M., & Ó Fathaigh, R. (2016). Liberté d’expression et diffamation: Étude de la jurisprudence de la Cour européenne des droits de l'homme. Strasbourg: Conseil de l'Europe. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2016). Current national developments. In M. Cappello (Ed.), Regional and local broadcasting in Europe (pp. 23-36). (IRIS Special; Vol. 2016, No. 1). European Audiovisual Observatory. http://rm.coe.int/regional-and-local-broadcasting-in-europe/1680789635 [details]

    2015

    2014

    2021

    • Fahy, R. F. (2021). Commission extends COVID-19 Disinformation Monitoring Programme and publishes Code of Practice on Disinformation reports. IRIS, 2021(3), 12-13.
    • Fahy, R. F. (2021). Court fines journalist for criminal offence during newsgathering activities. IRIS, 2021(2), 62-63.
    • Fahy, R. F. (2021). Court of Appeal judgment on offensive COVID-19 broadcast and incitement to hatred. IRIS, 2021(5), 53-54.
    • Fahy, R. F. (2021). Decision to suspend broadcast of Rossiya RTR in Latvia compatible with AVMS Directive. IRIS, 2021(7), 22-23.
    • Fahy, R. F. (2021). European Commission opens infringement procedures against 23 member states for failing to transpose the revised AVMSD 2018. IRIS, 2021(1), 11-12.
    • Fahy, R. F. (2021). European Commission: 2019 Commitment Decision involving major film studios and Sky UK withdrawn. IRIS, 2021(5), 11-12.
    • Fahy, R. F. (2021). European Commission: Launch of European News Media Forum. IRIS, 2021(5), 13-14.
    • Fahy, R. F. (2021). European Parliament: Resolution on closing the digital gender gap, including in media and audiovisual sectors. IRIS, 2021(4), 11-12.
    • Fahy, R. F. (2021). Facebook joins Dutch Advertising Code Foundation. IRIS, 2021(6), 62.
    • Fahy, R. F. (2021). Judgment on Minister’s refusal to release documents to broadcaster on Flight MH17 disaster. IRIS, 2021(4), 47-48.
    • Fahy, R. F. (2021). Media Act amended to incorporate the revised AVSM Directive 2018. IRIS, 2021(1), 62-63.
    • Fahy, R. F. (2021). Ministry ordered to reassess large parts of freedom of information request from broadcaster. IRIS, 2021(2), 64-65.
    • Fahy, R. F. (2021). New guidelines on privacy rules for political parties during election campaigns. IRIS, 2021(5), 55-56.
    • Fahy, R. F. (2021). New support measures for film industry following easing of COVID-19 restrictions. IRIS, 2021(7), 55-56.
    • Fahy, R. F. (2021). Proposal for a Regulation on contestable and fair markets in the digital sector (Digital Markets Act). IRIS, 2021(2), 20-21.
    • Fahy, R. F. (2021). Proposal for an Artificial Intelligence Act. IRIS, 2021(6), 13-14.
    • Fahy, R. F. (2021). Vlogger ordered to pay damages over YouTube video published without consent. IRIS, 2021(3), 55-56.
    • Fahy, R. F., Helberger, N., Betzel, M., Nyakas, L., Papp, J. T., Marrazzo , F., & Matějka , S. (2021). Notions of Disinformation and Related Concepts. European Regulators Group for Audiovisual Media Services. https://erga-online.eu/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/ERGA-SG2-Report-2020-Notions-of-disinformation-and-related-concepts.pdf

    2020

    • Appelman, N. M. I. D., & Fahy, R. F. (2020). Netherlands. In F. Chiusi, S. Fischer, & M. Spielkamp (Eds.), Automated Decision-Making Systems in the COVID-19 Pandemic: A European Perspective (pp. 25-26). AW AlgorithmWatch gGmbH.
    • Fahy, R. F. (2020). Appeal Court judgment on politician’s conviction over televised speech and interview. IRIS, 2020(9), 44-45. [13].
    • Fahy, R. F. (2020). Appeal Court refuses to order removal of article from online media archive. IRIS, 2020(4), 48-49. [13].
    • Fahy, R. F. (2020). Broadcaster prohibited from making recordings in court during high-profile case. IRIS, 2020(3), 53-54. [10].
    • Fahy, R. F. (2020). COVID-19 measures implemented by Netherlands Film Fund. IRIS, 2020(5), 58-59. [18].
    • Fahy, R. F. (2020). Communication on Shaping Europe’s digital future. IRIS, 2020(4), 11-12. [14].
    • Fahy, R. F. (2020). Council of Europe issues human rights toolkit for member states during COVID-19. IRIS, 2020(7), 9-10. [9].
    • Fahy, R. F. (2020). First Annual Report on the Rule of Law in the EU, including media pluralism and freedom. IRIS, 2020(10), 14-15. [9].
    • Fahy, R. F. (2020). Freedom of expression and information in times of crisis. IRIS, 2020(5), 8-9. [17].
    • Fahy, R. F. (2020). Guidelines on video-sharing platforms and European works under revised AVMSD. IRIS, 2020(8), 16-17. [3]. http://merlin.obs.coe.int/download/8947/pdf
    • Fahy, R. F. (2020). Judgment on request for removal and rectification of investigative TV programme. IRIS, 2020(4), 50-51. [12].
    • Fahy, R. F. (2020). Media freedom and measures to counter disinformation about COVID-19. IRIS, 2020(6), 6-7. [11].
    • Fahy, R. F. (2020). New bill amending the Media Act. IRIS, 2020(9), 46-47. [14].
    • Fahy, R. F. (2020). Public consultation on Digital Services Act package. IRIS, 2020(7), 14-15. [9].
    • Fahy, R. F. (2020). Report and Study on the Memorandum of Understanding on online advertising and intellectual property rights. IRIS, 2020(9), 16-17.
    • Fahy, R. F. (2020). Report of consultation on the exercise of rights of performers and producers in the audiovisual sector. IRIS, 2020(3), 15-16. [11].
    • Fahy, R. F. (2020). Unlawful allegations contained in investigative crime programme using hidden camera. IRIS, 50-51.
    • Fahy, R. F. (2020). Ziggo not required to disclose customer data associated with IP address for potential copyright infringement. IRIS, 2020(1), 18. [18].
    • Fahy, R. F., & Appelman, N. M. I. D. (2020). Netherlands. In F. Chiusi, S. Fischer, N. Kayser-Bril, & M. Spielkamp (Eds.), Automating Society Report 2020 (pp. 164-175). AW AlgorithmWatch gGmbH.
    • Voorhoof, D. (Author), & Ó Fathaigh, R. (Author). (2020). Studio Monitori and Others v. Georgia: access to public documents must be ‘instrumental’ for the right to freedom of expression. Web publication/site, Strasbourg Observers. Retrieved from https://strasbourgobservers.com/2020/03/23/studio-monitori-and-others-v-georgia-access-to-public-documents-must-be-instrumental-for-the-right-to-freedom-of-expression/ [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (Author), & Voorhoof, D. (Author). (2020). Refusal to give access to ‘confidential’ information about politicians violated NGO’s Article 10 rights. Web publication/site, Strasbourg Observers. Retrieved from https://strasbourgobservers.com/2020/04/27/refusal-to-give-access-to-confidential-information-about-politicians-violated-ngos-article-10-rights/ [details]

    2019

    2018

    • Alén-Savikko, A., Apa, E., Bassini, M., Cabrera Blázquez, F. J., Cunningham, I., Etteldorf, C., ... Rodriguez, N. (2018). Media reporting: facts, nothing but facts? (IRIS Special; No. 2018-1). Strasbourg: European Audiovisual Observatory. [details]
    • Fathaigh, R. Ó. (Author). (2018). Prosecution of a publisher for ‘denigration’ of Turkey violated Article 10. Web publication/site, Strasbourg Observers. Retrieved from https://strasbourgobservers.com/2018/10/29/prosecution-of-publisher-for-denigrating-turkey-violated-article-10/ [details]
    • McGonagle, T., McGonagle, T. (Ed.), Klus, M., Plaizier, C., Ó Fathaigh, R., Kostić, B., & Hanhart, M. (2018). Open Journalism: The Road Travelled and the Road Ahead. Vienna: OSCE The Representative on Freedom of the Media. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2018). Council of Europe. Committee of Ministers: Copenhagen Declaration on reform of the European Convention on Human Rights system. IRIS, 2018(6), 7. [5]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2018). Council of Europe. Committee of Ministers: Protocol amending Convention 108 on protection of personal data. IRIS, 2018(7), 6-7. [5]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2018). Council of Europe. Committee of Ministers: Recommendation on media pluralism and transparency of media ownership. IRIS, 2018(5), 6-7. [4]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2018). Council of Europe. Committee of Ministers: Recommendation on rights of the child in the digital environment. IRIS, 2018(8), 6-7. [4]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2018). Council of Europe. European Court of Human Rights: Alpha Doryforiki Tileorasi Anonymi Etairia v. Greece. IRIS, 2018(4), 3-4. [1]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2018). Council of Europe. European Court of Human Rights: Einarsson v. Iceland. IRIS, 2018(1), 4-5. [3]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2018). Council of Europe. European Court of Human Rights: Faludy-Kovács v. Hungary. IRIS, 2018(3), 3-4. [3]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2018). Council of Europe. European Court of Human Rights: Frisk and Jensen v. Denmark. IRIS, 2018(2), 4-5. [2]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2018). Council of Europe. European Court of Human Rights: Fuchsmann v. Germany. IRIS, 2018(2), 3-4. [1]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2018). Council of Europe. European Court of Human Rights: Ivashchenko v. Russia. IRIS, 2018(4), 5-6. [3]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2018). Council of Europe. European Court of Human Rights: MAC TV s.r.o. v. Slovakia. IRIS, 2018(2), 5. [3]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2018). Council of Europe. European Court of Human Rights: Magyar Kétfarkú Kutya Párt v. Hungary. IRIS, 2018(3), 3. [2]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2018). Council of Europe. European Court of Human Rights: Sekmadienis Ltd. v. Lithuania. IRIS, 2018(3), 4-5. [4]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2018). Council of Europe. European Court of Human Rights: Tamiz v. the United Kingdom. IRIS, 2018(1), 3-4. [2]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2018). EHRC 2018/20. 20. Case note on: ECtHR, 24/10/17, ECLI:CE:ECHR:2017:1024JUD002401605 (Eker v Turkey). EHRC. European Human Right Cases, 19(2), 59-62. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2018). European Union. Council of the EU: General Data Protection Regulation becomes applicable. IRIS, 2018(6), 8-9. [7]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2018). European Union. Council of the EU: Provisional Inter-institutional Agreement on new AVMS Directive. IRIS, 2018(8), 9-10. [7]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2018). European Union. Court of Justice of the European Union: Judgments on State aid and digital terrestrial television operators in Spain. IRIS, 2018(2), 6-7. [5]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2018). European Union. European Commission: Commission Notice on Brexit and EU rules in the field of copyright. IRIS, 2018(6), 10-11. [9]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2018). European Union. European Commission: Communications on intellectual property rights enforcement. IRIS, 2018(2), 8-9. [7]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2018). European Union. European Commission: Draft Guidelines on Significant Market Power. IRIS, 2018(4), 11-12. [11]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2018). European Union. European Commission: Guidelines on Significant Market Power. IRIS, 2018(7), 10. [10]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2018). European Union. European Commission: Proposed Directive on protection of whistleblowers. IRIS, 2018(7), 8-9. [8]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2018). European Union. European Parliament: Proposed Regulation on copyright and online transmissions of broadcasters. IRIS, 2018(1), 9. [10]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2018). IE-Ireland: BAI Report on the effect of Access Rules. IRIS, 2018(7), 19-20. [22]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2018). IE-Ireland: Broadcasting Authority finds that media group’s ban on Irish Times journalists raises no compliance issues. IRIS, 2018(6), 22-23. [25]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2018). IE-Ireland: Data Protection Act 2018 enacted. IRIS, 2018(8), 25-26. [31]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2018). IE-Ireland: Decision on public broadcaster’s impartiality. IRIS, 2018(8), 26. [32]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2018). IE-Ireland: Jury determines public broadcaster 35% liable for defamatory comments made during programme. IRIS, 2018(9), 21. [25]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2018). IE-Ireland: Public broadcaster pays damages over unverified tweet during election debate. IRIS, 2018(2), 18-19. [22]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2018). IE-Ireland: Report of the Joint Committee on the Future Funding of Public Service Broadcasting. IRIS, 2018(3), 17-18. [22]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2018). IE-Ireland: Updated guidelines on election coverage. IRIS, 2018(10), 16-17. [18]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2018). UNESCO. UNESCO: Global Report on Convention on Diversity of Cultural Expressions. IRIS, 2018(3), 8. [1]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (Author), & Voorhoof, D. (Author). (2018). Conviction for performance-art protest at war memorial did not violate Article 10. Web publication/site, Strasbourg Observers. Retrieved from https://strasbourgobservers.com/2018/03/19/conviction-for-performance-art-protest-at-war-memorial-did-not-violate-article-10/ [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R., & Voorhoof, D. (2018). Council of Europe. European Court of Human Rights: Sinkova v. Ukraine. IRIS, 2018(5), 5-6. [3]. [details]

    2017

    • Apa, E., Bassini, M., Bruna, A., Cabrera Blázquez, F., Cunningham, I., Etteldorf, C., ... Rozendaal, M. (2017). Media coverage of elections: the legal framework in Europe. (IRIS Special; Vol. 2017, No. 1). Strasbourg: European Audiovisual Observatory. [details]
    • Zuiderveen Borgesius, F., van Hoboken, J., Fahy, R., Irion, K., & Rozendaal, M. (2017). An Assessment of the Commission’s Proposal on Privacy and Electronic Communications: Study for the LIBE Committee. Brussels: European Parliament, Directorate-General for Internal Policies, Policy Department C: Citizens' Rights and Constitutional Affairs. https://doi.org/10.2861/021501 [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2017). Council of Europe. Commissioner for Human Rights: Public service broadcasting under threat in Europe. IRIS, 2017(7), 6. [3]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2017). Council of Europe. Committee of Ministers: Recommendation on gender equality in the audiovisual sector. IRIS, 2017(10), 5. [4]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2017). Council of Europe. Parliamentary Assembly: Report adopted on attacks against journalists and media freedom. IRIS, 2017(2), 4. [2]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2017). Council of Europe. Parliamentary Assembly: Resolution and Recommendation on journalist safety and media freedom. IRIS, 2017(3), 4-5. [3]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2017). Council of Europe. Parliamentary Assembly: Resolution on online media and journalism. IRIS, 2017(4), 5. [3]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2017). EHRC 2017/117. 117. Case note on: ECtHR, 21/02/17, ECLI:CE:ECHR:2017:0221JUD002099610 (Dosamantes v Spain). EHRC. European Human Right Cases, 18(7), 382-387. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2017). European Union. Advocate General: Opinion on jurisdiction in Internet defamation proceedings. IRIS, 2017(8), 7-8. [6]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2017). European Union. Court of Justice of the European Union: AKM v. Zürs.net. IRIS, 2017(5), 4. [4]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2017). European Union. Court of Justice of the European Union: DTS v. European Commission. IRIS, 2017(1), 4. [2]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2017). European Union. Court of Justice of the European Union: Enforcement Directive and hypothetical royalties. IRIS, 2017(4), 5-6. [4]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2017). European Union. Court of Justice of the European Union: Judgment on sale of multimedia players enabling streaming of illegal content. IRIS, 2017(6), 5-6. [3]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2017). European Union. European Commission: Consultation on significant market power guidelines. IRIS, 2017(5), 4-5. [5]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2017). European Union. European Commission: Decision on financing and advertising behaviour of public service broadcasting. IRIS, 2017(9), 7-8. [6]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2017). European Union. European Parliament: Resolution concerning issues of media freedom in Turkey. IRIS, 2017(9), 6-7. [5]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2017). European Union. European Parliament: Resolution on online platforms and the Digital Single Market. IRIS, 2017(8), 8. [7]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2017). European Union. European Parliament: Resolution on the situation of journalists in Turkey. IRIS, 2017(2), 5-6. [4]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2017). IE-Ireland: Advertising Authority decision on sports star appearance in alcohol advertisement. IRIS, 2017(2), 16. [22]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2017). IE-Ireland: BAI issues Warning Notice to broadcaster over abortion coverage. IRIS, 2017(2), 15-16. [21]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2017). IE-Ireland: BAI publishes new Strategy Statement. IRIS, 2017(4), 17-18. [25]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2017). IE-Ireland: Broadcaster’s prank call violated public official’s privacy. IRIS, 2017(2), 14-15. [20]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2017). IE-Ireland: Code on short news reports comes into effect. IRIS, 2017(8), 21. [28]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2017). IE-Ireland: Decision on fairness and impartially rules for television documentaries. IRIS, 2017(6), 17-18. [22]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2017). IE-Ireland: Decisions on offensive comments concerning religion during television programme. IRIS, 2017(8), 21-22. [29]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2017). IE-Ireland: High Court refuses to strike out presidential candidate’s claim over televised election debate. IRIS, 2017(6), 16-17. [21]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2017). IE-Ireland: New General Commercial Communications Code. IRIS, 2017(5), 19. [25]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2017). IE-Ireland: Statutory inquiry established investigating police disclosures to media. IRIS, 2017(4), 16-17. [23]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (Author). (2017). Independent Newspapers v. Ireland: €1.25 million defamation award against newspaper violated Article 10. Web publication/site, Strasbourg Observers. Retrieved from https://strasbourgobservers.com/2017/06/19/independent-newspapers-v-ireland-e1-25-million-defamation-award-against-newspaper-violated-article-10/ [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R., & de Beer, K. (2017). EHRC 2017/21. 21. Case note on: ECtHR, 20/09/16, 27323/14, ECLI:CE:ECHR:2016:0920DEC002732314 (Van Beukering & Het Parool v The Netherlands). EHRC. European Human Right Cases, 18(1), 64-68. [details]

    2016

    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2016). European Union. Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications: guidelines on EU net neutrality rules. IRIS, 2016(9), 8-9. [6]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2016). European Union. Court of Justice of the European Union: Advocate General’s opinion on private copying compensation and general state budgets. IRIS, 2016(2), 4. [2]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2016). European Union. Court of Justice of the European Union: Austro-Mechana v. Amazon EU and Others. IRIS, 2016(7), 6-7. [4]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2016). European Union. Court of Justice of the European Union: GS Media v. Sanoma Media Netherlands. IRIS, 2016(9), 5-6. [3]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2016). European Union. Court of Justice of the European Union: Hewlett-Packard Belgium v. Reprobel. IRIS, 2016(1), 6-7. [4]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2016). European Union. European Commission: Decision on funding of film production and distribution in Germany. IRIS, 2016(9), 7-8. [5]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2016). European Union. European Commission: Support for private broadcasters in breach of EU state aid rules. IRIS, 2016(8), 4. [2]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2016). European Union: European Commission: Proposals for new telecoms package. IRIS, 2016(10), 5-6. [4]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2016). IE-Ireland: BAI media research funding scheme 2016. IRIS, 2016(9), 19. [22]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2016). IE-Ireland: Broadcaster’s handling of interviewee’s unplanned criticism of political party was fair and objective. IRIS, 2016(10), 15. [17]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2016). IE-Ireland: New access rules for broadcasters. IRIS, 2016(9), 18-19. [21]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2016). NL-Netherlands: Interactive digital television provider ends data protection violations. IRIS, 2016(9), 20. [24]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2016). WIPO. WIPO: New international survey on private copying. IRIS, 2016(3), 4-5. [1]. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (Author). (2016). Kurski v. Poland: Ordering politician to publish apology for defaming Polish newspaper violated Article 10. Web publication/site, Strasbourg Observers. Retrieved from https://strasbourgobservers.com/2016/07/14/kurski-v-poland-ordering-politician-to-publish-apology-for-defaming-polish-newspaper-violated-article-10/ [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (Author). (2016). Polish mayor’s private prosecution of local journalist for insult violated Article 10: Ziembiński v. Poland (No. 2). Web publication/site, Strasbourg Observers. Retrieved from https://strasbourgobservers.com/2016/08/12/polish-mayors-private-prosecution-of-local-journalist [details]

    2015

    • Fahy, R., & van Eechoud, M. (2015). Clinical Legal Education: A Review of the Literature. iLINC, ICT Law Incubators Network. [details]
    • Fahy, R., & van Eechoud, M. (2015). Establishing a Start-up Law Clinic in Law School: A Practical Guide. iLINC, ICT Law Incubators Network. [details]
    • Fahy, R., & van Eechoud, M. (2015). Establishing a Start-up Law Clinic in a Law School: 10 Practical Tips. iLINC, ICT Law Incubators Network. [details]
    • Fahy, R., & van Eechoud, M. (2015). Work Package 3: Establishing Links to Learning. iLINC, ICT Law Incubators Network. [details]
    • van Eijk, N., Fahy, R., van Til, H., Nooren, P., Stokking, H., & Gelevert, H. (2015). Digital platforms: an analytical framework for identifying and evaluating policy options. (TNO report; No. 2015 R11271). Den Haag: TNO. [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2015). CJEU (Case C-347/14 : New Media Online v. Bundeskommunikationssenat). IRIS, 2015(10), 4-5. [3]. http://merlin.obs.coe.int/iris/2015/10/article3.en.html [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2015). CJEU (Case C-362/14: Schrems v. Data Protection Commissioner). IRIS, 2015(10), 4-. [2]. http://merlin.obs.coe.int/iris/2015/10/article2.en.html [details]
    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2015). European Union. European Commission: Consultation on platforms and online intermediaries. IRIS, 2015(10), 5-6. [4]. [details]

    2013

    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (2013). ECHR (Animal Defenders International v UK: App no 48876/08: Political Advertising Bans and Freedom of Expression). Εφαρμογές Δημοσίου Δικαίου, 2013(2-3), 226-228. [details]

    2018

    • Fahy, R. F., van Hoboken, J. V. J., & van Eijk, N. A. N. M. (2018). Mobile Privacy and Business-to-Platform Dependencies: An Analysis of SEC Disclosures. Paper presented at Privacy Law Scholars Conference 2018, Washington, United States.
    • Fahy, R. F., van Hoboken, J. V. J., & van Eijk, N. A. N. M. (2018). Mobile Privacy and Business-to-Platform Dependencies: An Analysis of SEC Disclosures. Paper presented at TPRC, Washington, DC, United States.
    • Fahy, R. F., van Hoboken, J. V. J., & van Eijk, N. A. N. M. (2018). The Data-Driven Transformation of Games to Services: The Impact of Mobile Platforms on App Business Models. Paper presented at Privacy Law Scholars Conference Europe 2018, Brussels, Belgium.

    2017

    • Fahy, R. F. (2017). The Chilling Effect and Public Debate. Paper presented at International Media Law, Policy and Practice Conference, Netherlands.
    • van Hoboken, J. V. J., Fahy, R. F., van Eijk, N. A. N. M., Liccardi, I., & Weitzner, D. (2017). Transparency and Privacy in Smartphone Ecosystems: A Comparative Perspective. Paper presented at Tilting perspectives 2017:, Netherlands.
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