|EGMR, 19.04.2011 - 3316/04|
- Europäischer Gerichtshof für Menschenrechte (Verfahrensmitteilung)
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- EGMR, 19.04.2011 - 22385/03
KASABOVA v. BULGARIAIt was also decided to examine the merits of the application at the same time as its admissibility (Article 29 § 1 of the Convention), and to conduct the proceedings in the case simultaneously with those in Bozhkov v. Bulgaria (no. 3316/04) (Rule 42 (former 43) § 2 of the Rules of Court).
See paragraph 12 of the Court's judgment in the case of Bozhkov v. Bulgaria (no. 3316/04, 19 April 2011).
- EGMR, 02.10.2012 - 5126/05
YORDANOVA AND TOSHEV v. BULGARIAOther factors - and the list is not exhaustive - may include the source of the information (see, for instance, Bladet Tromsø and Stensaas, cited above, §§ 68 and 72), the steps taken to verify it (see, for instance, Rumyana Ivanova v. Bulgaria, no. 36207/03, §§ 64-65, 14 February 2008; Kasabova v. Bulgaria, no. 22385/03, §§ 64-65, 19 April 2011, and Bozhkov v. Bulgaria, no. 3316/04, §§ 47-50, 19 April 2011), and the urgency of the matter (see Bozhkov, cited above, § 48).
- EGMR, 17.01.2017 - 31566/13
TAVARES DE ALMEIDA FERNANDES AND ALMEIDA FERNANDES v. PORTUGALThe Court further reiterates that the safeguard afforded by Article 10 to journalists in relation to reporting on issues of general interest is subject to the proviso that they are acting in good faith in order to provide accurate and reliable information in accordance with the ethics of journalism (see Bozhkov v. Bulgaria, no. 3316/04, § 46, 19 April 2011).
- EGMR, 07.09.2017 - 60607/08
KARZHEV v. BULGARIAThe provisions of the 1991 Constitution proclaiming the right to private life and the right to freedom of expression have been cited in the Court's judgment in the case of Bozhkov v. Bulgaria (no. 3316/04, § 27, 19 April 2011).
- EGMR, 28.11.2017 - 13466/12
MAC TV S.R.O. v. SLOVAKIAIn that respect, and in so far as the national authorities may be understood as having at least in substance reproached the applicant company for the quality of the commentary in question, the Court has previously held that a criterion of responsible journalism is that it should recognise the fact that it is the commentary (or article) as a whole that the reporter presents to the public (see, mutatis mutandis, Bozhkov v. Bulgaria, no. 3316/04, § 50, 19 April 2011).
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