Historically, the right to receive information did not entail a corresponding positive right of access to information under the European Convention on Human Rights1. However, the European Court of Human Rights has increasingly recognised that the public has a right to access information of general interest2 and has moved towards a recognition of a right of access to information of public interest by 'social watchdogs'
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