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2 – - to free access to the information; - carry out his own investigation and analyse activities of public authorities and local governments and their officials, evaluate and such activities - attend state authorities, local and regional governments, as well as enterprises, institutions and organizations and to be accepted by their officials; - openly make entries records, including using any means, except in cases provided by law; - for the free granting of a request for access to official documents; - to consult specialists when checking received information

3 1.Disclosed information is recognised by the court as socially significant 2. Disclosed statements were received legally 3. The court found that the journalist acted in good faith and inspected the information.

4 Private information (health status, ethnicity, religion, signature, photograph, information about income, information about criminal, administrative or civil liability, etc.) Private information (health status, ethnicity, religion, signature, photograph, information about income, information about criminal, administrative or civil liability, etc.) General information (name, surname, year and place of birth, place of residence, etc.) General information (name, surname, year and place of birth, place of residence, etc.)

5 Public (public position, an important role in public life, politics, economics and social sphere) Public (public position, an important role in public life, politics, economics and social sphere) Quasipublic

6 Value judgments Value judgments, except for insult or slander, are statements that do not contain the actual data, in particular, criticism, evaluation of actions and statements that can not be construed as containing evidence, given the nature of the use of linguistic resources, in particular, the use of exaggeration, allegory and satire. Such statements are not subject to disclaimer or proof of their verity. Value judgments Value judgments, except for insult or slander, are statements that do not contain the actual data, in particular, criticism, evaluation of actions and statements that can not be construed as containing evidence, given the nature of the use of linguistic resources, in particular, the use of exaggeration, allegory and satire. Such statements are not subject to disclaimer or proof of their verity. Fact It is a valid, real event, phenomenon Fact It is a valid, real event, phenomenon

7 Ruslan Bortnik Ruslan Bortnik Director of the Ukrainian Institute for Analysis and Management of Policy ,


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