​January 2019 « Can we freely talk about health on social networks? »,

Published on : 16/01/2019 16 January Jan 01 2019

In France, the publication of information to the public via the internet and social networks is in principle free and protected by freedom of expression and communication. However, French regulations limit this freedom, in certain respects, in the case of health-related statements, given the public health issues at stake.

​January 2019 «  Peut-on parler librement de la santé sur les réseaux sociaux ?  »,  Revue droit & santé n° 87 – Chroniques, pages 11 à 20, LEH éditions

Esther Vogel - SEA AVOCATS


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