"1. Any natural or legal person, irrespective of nationality or residence, should be given the right of reply or an equivalent remedy offering a possibility to react to any information in the media presenting inaccurate facts about him or her and which affect his/her personal rights. 2. The request for a reply should be addressed to the medium concerned within a reasonably short time from the public action of the contested information. The medium in question should make the reply public without undue delay. 3. The reply should be given, as far as possible, the same prominence as was given to the contested information in order for it to reach the same public and with the same impact. 4. The reply should be made public free of charge for the person concerned."