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Considering the context of these remarks, the amendments seem to be an unacceptable criticism of freedom of expression and freedom of information as laid down in Article 11 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union. They should at least be amended to put back a judicial judge back into the core of the process, in order to stop any censorship through private or administrative means.
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Considering the whole of these remarks, the amendments appear as an unacceptable attack against freedom of expression and freedom of information as laid down in Article 11 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union. They should at least be amended to put back a judicial judge back into the core of the process, in order to stop any censorship through private or administrative means.

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Compte tenu de l'ensemble de ces remarques, ces amendements apparaissent comme une remise en cause inacceptable de la liberté d'expression et d'information consacrée à l'article 11 de la Charte des droits fondamentaux de l'Union européenne. Au minimum, ils doivent être amendés pour replacer le juge judiciaire au cœur du dispositif et barrer la route à toute possibilité de censure privée ou administrative.
TranslationConsidering the whole of these remarks, the amendments appear as an unacceptable attack against freedom of expression and freedom of information as laid down in Article 11 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union. They should at least be amended to put back a judicial judge back into the core of the process, in order to stop any censorship through private or administrative means.

Considering the whole of these remarks, the amendments appear as an unacceptable attack against freedom of expression and freedom of information as laid down in Article 11 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union. They should at least be amended to put back a judicial judge back into the core of the process, in order to stop any censorship through private or administrative means.