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(New page: Amendment 138 in first reading, then amendment 46 in ITRE committe, then amendments 1=2=5=6=9 in second reading. art. 8.4.h ''" Applying the principle that no restriction may be imposed ...)
 
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Amendment 138 in first reading, then amendment 46 in ITRE committe, then amendments 1=2=5=6=9 in second reading.
 
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art. 8.4.h, [[Telecoms_Package_Diff_Framework_Parliament_First_Reading_Council_Common_Position_Parliament_Second_Reading|Framework directive]]
  
 
''" Applying the principle that no restriction may be imposed on the fundamental rights and freedoms of end-users, without a prior ruling by the judicial authorities, notably in accordance with Article 11 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union on freedom of expression and information, save when public security is threatened in which case the ruling may be subsequent."''
 
''" Applying the principle that no restriction may be imposed on the fundamental rights and freedoms of end-users, without a prior ruling by the judicial authorities, notably in accordance with Article 11 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union on freedom of expression and information, save when public security is threatened in which case the ruling may be subsequent."''

Revision as of 02:11, 10 September 2009

Amendment 138 in first reading, then amendment 46 in ITRE committe, then amendments 1=2=5=6=9 in second reading.

art. 8.4.h, Framework directive

" Applying the principle that no restriction may be imposed on the fundamental rights and freedoms of end-users, without a prior ruling by the judicial authorities, notably in accordance with Article 11 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union on freedom of expression and information, save when public security is threatened in which case the ruling may be subsequent."