Country of Origin Principle under Pressure

Recent national and EU court rulings and diverging interpretations of the country of origin principle may hinder the seamless delivery of cross-border services in Europe. Is there a need for a more systematic approach to evaluating the country of origin principle in the field of digital services? Wolfgang Schulz, Professor of Media Law and Public Law at the University of Hamburg, and Thorsten Grothe have considered this question and the underlying cases in a short article for the Media Policy Project Blog of the London School of Economics and Political Science. Anyone who is interested will find the post here.

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