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Alternative Regulatory Instruments

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The aim of this chapter is to elucidate the nature and use of the alternative regulatory instruments which increasingly appeared in international, EU and CoE policy documents regarding the protection of minors against digital harmful content (supra). Recent regulatory trends are examined and general, as well as media policy documents are analysed. Furthermore, an overview of existing alternative regulatory instruments is provided, the concepts of self-regulation and co-regulation are clarified and illustrated, and the use of regulatory tools such as technology and supporting mechanisms are discussed.

Keywords: alternative regulatory instruments; co-regulation; CoE policy documents; EU policy documents; general policy documents; media policy documents; protection of minors; self-regulation



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