TMT analysis: Advocate General Henrik Saugmandsgaard Øe has given an opinion that the Audiovisual Media Services Directive does not prevent the Republic of Lithuania from adopting the measure of including certain channels only in specific packages available for an additional fee (in an effort to restrict access to programmes containing propaganda), on public interest grounds.
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