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Rocchelli trial: when the appeal judges overturn the judgments of first degree

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The opinion of the lawyer Andrea Di Pietro on the acquittal of Vitaly Markiv for the death of the italian photojournalist

Defamation bill. The maxi-fines proposed by Senate are more punishing than prison

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Amendments by various political parties propose to set the minimum fine (which is now € 516) at 10, 20 or 40 thousand euro

Italy. Imprisonment for libel. Something is changing

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About the recent decision by which the Supreme Court annulled a 8 month prison sentence of a journalist

Rome. 2 far-right leaders sentenced to 5 years for the robbery to 2 reporters at a rally

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The judgment of the Court. The reporters, attacked on January 2019, were defended by Ossigeno's Free Legal Aid Office, through the lawyer Andrea Di Pietro

Ossigeno provides legal defence to Italian reporter accused of violating privacy

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In 2017 Mauro D'Agostino published the pay checks of the executives of a textile company that had laid off hundreds of employees

Legal defence. Ossigeno is assisting “Radio Radicale”’s correspondent in Turkey

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Mariano Giustino's Facebook profile has been obscured and blocked since April 16th 2020. Facebook has given no explanation. He has resorted to legal action

May 10th Di Pietro: the law regarding imprisonment is being examined by the Court

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Ossigeno's lawyer pointed out that in Italy press freedom is…

Ossigeno celebrates Impunity Day with UNESCO on 22 October in Rome

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Ossigeno will present updated figures on impunity. international conferenceis accredited as training course for journalists to celebrate the UN International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists (IDEI).

Legal defence. Defamation charges against Raffaella Fanelli dismissed

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The freelance journalist was sued in 2015 by the daughter of the well-known criminal Paolo Signorelli following an interview with former terrorist Vincenzo Vinciguerra about a massacre during a period of Italian terrorism known as the Years of Lead

Right to be forgotten. News have also historical importance, judge rules

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This principle coming from the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights was recalled by lawyer Andrea Di Pietro in the defence of Raffaella Fanelli. The investigative judge in Milan dismissed defamation charges against the journalist