The media law includes the areas of private and public information, as well as communications. It is divided into copyright law, telecommunications law and broadcasting law. In this particular area of law it is important to observe the fundamental protected rights, such as the freedom of press, freedom of broadcasting and film freedom. The Internet is covered by these rights as well. The media law has in view, in particular, to ensure the diversity of opinion and to protect the intellectual property. However, the newly emerged problems raise the question about gaps in regulations. The rapid development of media law means that the legislature does not comply with its requirements. The resulting legal uncertainty, especially for media companies, can cause problems that require legal advice in individual cases. Since most areas covered by the media law require a lot of attention, it is advisable to actprophylactically.