Human beings are constantly trying to find new ways to communicate, from cave paintings to letterpress printings to the development of radio and television.
The biggest revolution, however, has been initiated by the computer media, so that in the last few years there have been significant changes in human communication, which have also significantly changed the function of the media for a democratic decision-making process. This development has changed the content and legal issues in the context of media law. While IT law covers legal issues relating to modern, technically based media, the content of media law includes both modern and well-known media. It is primarily about issues of freedom of expression and freedom of the press and where these find their limits.
Counter-representation claims in the case of allegations of fact
Claims to cease and desist in the case of factual assertions and value judgments
Right to rectification
Claims for material and immaterial damages
Review of license and software agreements