News flash (January 2010)

Le Figaro: Christine Albanel: «Le livre est un sujet politique». [read]

2010-01-27 12:32:43

 

A journalist of the daily Libération was “rejected” by the member of the European Parliament and former French Minister of Justice Rachida Dati. [read]

2010-01-27 12:17:17

 

A painting by Pablo Picasso, The Actor, was accidentally damaged in the galleries of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. [read]

2010-01-25 10:21:17

 

The New York Times: The Court's blow to democracy. [read]

2010-01-22 11:20:28

 

Le Devoir: Pas de nus dans les lieux publics à Verdun. [read]

2010-01-22 10:38:57

 

The U.S. Supreme Court rendered a controversial decision related to electoral expenditures. [Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission]

2010-01-21 21:51:44

 

IFEX: Google makes free expression the focus of doing business. [read]

2010-01-21 16:54:48

 

Le Temps: Harmoniser les âges d'accès au cinéma, oui, mais au profit de qui? [read]

2010-01-15 14:29:45

 

The U.S. Supreme Court blocked broadcast of a trial in California. [Hollingsworth v. Perry]

2010-01-13 22:53:21

 

Another report from the French Departement of Culture and Communication is published: Rapport sur la numérisation du patrimoine écrit.

2010-01-12 23:33:44

 

Canwest Global Communications Corporation have commenced proceedings under the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act. [read]

2010-01-09 18:23:13

 

Création et internet, a new report from the French Departement of Culture and Communication is published.

2010-01-06 21:47:52

 

A law protecting journalistic sources has been adopted in France.

2010-01-05 22:37:55

 

Le Temps: Le dernier roman de Jacques Chessex «emballé» en vertu du droit suisse. [read]

2010-01-05 16:03:02

 

Le Monde: Jean-Marie Charon: «Partout un problème se pose pour financer une information de qualité». [read]

2010-01-03 22:23:37