Legal domains that can be characterized by their high rate of change caused by either societal needs or economic and technological innovations form a constant challenge for their regulatory and supervisory authorities. This contribution aims at turning this perspective from a challenge to an opportunity by finding regulatory ways that adapt flexibly to the changing realities by examining a model for a private-public regulatory and enforcement regime for the protection of minors in audiovisual media and defining conditions.
How to Cite:
de Cock Buning, M., (2014). Towards a Future-Proof Framework for the Protection of Minors in European Audiovisual Media. Utrecht Law Review. 10(5), pp.9–30. DOI: http://doi.org/10.18352/ulr.298