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A person should not be deemed to have adopted a statement for purposes of paragraph 2 of this Article simply because someone has alleged that the statement is defamatory and insulting.

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Persons whose sole function in relation to a particular statement is limited to providing technical access to Internet, to transporting data across the Internet or to storing all or part of a web site should not be liable for defamation and insult in relation to that statement, on the condition that the court determines that those persons have taken reasonable care to avoid publishing the material.

Article 11 Scope of Liability Public authorities are barred from filing a request for compensation of harm for defamation or insult. Article 16 Injunctions Public officials may file a request for compensation of harm for defamation or insult privately and exclusively in their personal capacity.

For defamation or insult made through media outlets the following may be held jointly or individually responsible: Interpretation of the provisions in this Article for right of reply shall be in accordance with recommendations adopted by the Council of Europe.

Any person, irrespective of citizenship or residence, mentioned in a newspaper, a periodical, a radio and television broadcast, or in any other medium of a periodical nature, regarding whom or which facts have been made accessible to the public which the person claims to be inaccurate, may exercise the right of reply in order to correct the facts concerning that person. Compensation shall be proportional to the harm caused and shall be awarded solely with the purpose of redressing the harm done to the reputation of the person or to compensate for any demonstrable actual financial loss or material harm.

Given statements shall not be liable under this law if the defendant shows that they were made in any of the following circumstances: If defamation and insult is made through a mass medium, compulsory, it shall be refuted in the same mass medium and be given the same prominence. Interpretation of the Law. The court shall determine whether the offer or provision by the defendant of a right of reply, correction, retraction, or apology was a sufficient remedy to satisfy the complaint, and whether such remedy may constitute a mitigating circumstance in any assessment of amount of damages.

At the request of the complainant, the medium in question shall be obliged to make public the reply which the complainant has submitted. The amount of compensation for non-material harm, or harm which cannot be quantified in monetary terms, caused by defamation shall be determined by the court taking into account the seriousness of the defamation and the financial resources of the defendant. Laws of Ahtisari package. Article 3 Definitions The terms used in this Law have the following meaning: Compliance with remedial orders or instructions by a Press Council or relevant regulatory body shall be considered as a mitigating circumstance in determining any non-material compensation.

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The Competent Court shall decide for claims for defamation and insult filed in accordance with this Law. This Law shall be interpreted so as to ensure that the application of its provisions maximizes the principle of freedom of expression in accordance with the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms, as elaborated in the case law of the European Court of Human Rights.

Permanent court orders to prohibit the dissemination or further dissemination may only be applied to the specific expression found to be defamatory or insulting and to the specific author or mass medium making or disseminating the expression.

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Hereby adopts the following: A procedure that relates to the matter regulated by this Law that has been commenced and not disposed in a legally valid manner upon the date of the entry into force of this Law shall be continued in accordance with the law that was in force at the time when the proceeding was commenced. Article 10 Conditional Immunity No one shall be liable for defamation and insult for a statement made in the performance of a legal, moral or social duty relating to a matter in respect of which the defendant and those to whom the defendant published the statement had a common corresponding interest, unless the claimant can show that the statement was made with malice.

The objective of this law is to regulate civil liability for defamation and insult while ensuring: No defendant in a defamatory or insulting action under this law shall be required to reveal a confidential source of information. By way of exception, the publication of the reply may be refused or edited by the medium in the following cases: Article 9 Immunity Given statements shall not be liable under this law if the defendant shows that they were made in any of the following circumstances: Article 7 Reasonable publication No one shall be liable for defamation and insult for a statement on a matter of public concern if they establish that it was reasonable in all the circumstances for a person in their position to have disseminated the material in good faith, taking into account the importance of freedom of expression with respect to matters of public concern to receive timely information relating to such matters.

Compensation for actual financial loss or material rk caused by a defamatory statement shall be awarded by the court only where that loss is specifically established.

No one shall be liable for defamation and insult for a statement made in the performance of a legal, moral or social duty relating to a matter in respect of which the defendant and those to whom the defendant published the statement had a common corresponding interest, unless the kdoi can show that the statement was made with malice.

Where the defamation or insult relates to a matter of public concern or the injured person is or was a public official or is a candidate for public office, there may only be responsibility for defamation or insult if the author knew that the information was klsoves or acted in reckless disregard of its veracity.

Article 2 Interpretation of the Law 2.

Action against Defamation and Insult. The terms used in this Law have the following meaning: No one shall be liable for defamation and insult for a statement which the court penzl to be a statement of kod, on the condition that the opinion is expressed in good faith and has some foundation in fact. The present law shall enter into force after adoption by the Assembly of Kosova on the date of its promulgation by the Special Representative of the Secretary-General.

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Where the defamation or insult identifies a child, the parent or legal guardian may initiate the procedure against defamation and insult before the competent court according to this Law.

Speech of the ex-Prime Minister. Paragraph 2 of this Article should not apply in the context of a defamatory or insulting action, to any court order which covers the person in question and requires it to take action to prevent further publication of a statement.

Courts shall, in assessing the amount of compensation pursuant to points 2 and 3 of this Article, have due regard to any voluntary or pecuniary remedies, as well as the potential chilling effect of the award on freedom of expression.

In particular the complainant shall request a correction of that expression from the person who allegedly caused the harm. The court may require the defendant in a defamatory or insulting action under this law to disclose information relevant to determining the truth of published material but without identifying the source. In making gi determination of compensation, the court is obliged to have regard for all of the circumstances of the case, particularly any measures undertaken by the persons referred to in Article 5.

Article 13 Right of reply Publication of the reply shall be without undue delay and shall be given the same prominence as was given to the information containing the facts claimed to be inaccurate. The limitation period for filing a request for compensation under this Law is three 3 months from the day that the allegedly injured person knew or should have known of the expression and the identity of the author, and shall in any event not exceed one 1 year from the day that the expression was made public.

Prior to filing a complaint under this law, an allegedly injured person shall undertake all reasonable measures to mitigate any harm caused by the expression. A finding by the court that the defendant acted responsibly in publishing the impugned statements, unless the defendant knew that the impugned statement was false or acted in reckless disregard of its veracity, shall absolve the defendant of any liability. Article 8 Opinions No one shall be liable for defamation and insult for a statement which the court assesses to be a statement of opinion, on the condition that the opinion is expressed in good faith and has some foundation in fact.

No one shall be liable for defamation and insult for a statement on a matter of public concern if they establish that it was reasonable in all the circumstances for a person in their position to have disseminated the material in good faith, taking into account the importance of freedom of expression with respect to matters of public concern to receive timely information relating to such matters.