Expression is 'commercial'1 if it is primarily aimed at promoting commercial, economic or financial interests2, and thus it includes advertising3. However the mere fact that a publication has a commercial value does not render the expression contained within it commercial4. Commercial expression is afforded less protection under Article 10 than other forms of expression because it performs less of a useful social function
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