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Freedom of Expression and Idea-Expression Dichotomy

Mehdi Zahedi; shirin sharifzadeh

Volume 23, Issue 71 , August 2021, , Pages 95-127


  Freedom of expression includes the freedom to express, access and dissemination of information, whereas copyright, by protecting the original works of authorship, restricts use, access and dissemination of the protected works. When an expression is protected by copyright, freedom of expression or press ...  Read More

The Right to Be Forgotten Evaluated: A Necessity Caused by Virtual World or a Threat to the Freedom of Expression!?
Volume 19, Issue 58 , June 2018, , Pages 113-135


  The right to be forgotten is a relatively recent concept raised in the European Union and the United States. This right authorizes people to require deletion of information and data published on internet with their consent or by third parties; if a person applies this right, the others may not follow ...  Read More

Imperatives and challenges of the legal of news websites in Iran

Hamed Babazadeh Moghadam; Abbas Assadi

Volume 18, Issue 54 , June 2017, , Pages 1-26


  The internet is an important tool to support the right to freedom of expression; through facilitating publication, search, and access to information, it has prepared the ground for the application of this fundamental right. Today, there is no doubt that the development of the Internet and the continued ...  Read More

Comparative Study of the Limits of Freedom of Expression on Television from the Perspective of International Documents on Human Rights and Iran’s Legal System

Seyed Mohammad Sadegh Ahmadi; Alireza Naseri; Morteza Ghasem Abadi

Volume 18, Issue 52 , December 2016, , Pages 153-177


  According to the extremity-centered attitude of human, freedom of expression is a requirement for the individual independence of human being as an essential end, so the restrictions on which should be determined within the framework of the essential exception. Freedom stands in the realm of the natural ...  Read More

Legal Standards on Criticism of Government and Public Officials

bagher ansari

Volume 16, Issue 43 , February 2015, , Pages 9-46

  Freedom of expression in regard to criticism directed toward government orpublic officials is faced with some challenges. On one hand, it reveals potentialor actual deficiencies and failures in their actions, decisions or institutions.Hence, it would be very constructive and beneficial to the public ...  Read More

Principles of Codification for the Laws and Regulations of the Internet with the Emphasis on UNESCO and European Council Documents

mehdi rezaei; hamed babazadeh moghadam

Volume 15, Issue 42 , January 2015, , Pages 43-82

  AbstractNowadays, internet has a pivotal role in supporting the right for freedom ofexpression; by removing the restrictions of publication, search, and access toinformation, it has prepared the ground for the application of this fundamentalright. This new communication tool, like all other social topics, ...  Read More