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The French Governement adopts a new decree relating to the dispute settlement procedure before the audiovisual regulator (Decree N° 2006-1084)

On the 29th of August 2006, two years after Law n° 2004-669 of 9 July 2004 regarding electronic communication and audiovisual communication services [1] came into force, the French government adopted an anticipated decree in pursuit of article 35 of the aforementioned law, relating to the dispute settlement procedure before the Conseil Supérieur de l'Audiovisuel (hereafter the CSA). Article 35 of Law of July 2004 has been codified as Article 17-1 of law n° 86-1067 of the 30th of September 1986 on the freedom of communication [2]. Following the adoption of the decree, the CSA also modified its internal regulations in order to complete the procedure. The purpose behind the new decree of August 2006 and the revised internal regulation of September 2006 is to render complete article 17-1 on

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Olivier Fréget, Mathieu Guennec, The French Governement adopts a new decree relating to the dispute settlement procedure before the audiovisual regulator (Decree N° 2006-1084), 29 August 2006, e-Competitions Bulletin August 2006, Art. N° 12541

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