Category Archives: Fight against terrorism

FREE Newsletter: 25-26-27 November 2013

FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS – RIGHT TO PRIVACY * UN advances surveillance resolution reaffirming ‘human right to privacy’ DATA PROTECTION * NSA surveillance: Europe threatens to freeze US data-sharing arrangements * Want to set up a website? The “Five Eyes” want your … Continue reading

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FREE Newsletter: 20, 21 June 2013

PRINCIPLES AND VALUES OF THE EUROPEAN UNION – POSSIBLE VIOLATION OF ARTICLE 7 TEU MEPs call on Hungarian authorities to abide by EU values European Parliament News: “Civil Liberties Committee recommendations to Hungary and the European Commission on how to … Continue reading

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FREE Newsletter: 11, 12 March 2013

FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS Orbán accused of assault on democracy The Parliament: “The Independent reports that Hungary’s parliament is expected to pass an amendment to its constitution which critics say will roll back democratic freedoms and weaken the judiciary. This potentially puts … Continue reading

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FREE Newsletter: 1st to 4th March 2013

DATA PROTECTION EU data protection reform: Vice-President Reding and Polish Minister for Administration and Digital Affairs Boni want rules that are good for citizens and good for business Europa Rapid: “Today Vice-President Viviane Reding, the EU’s Justice Commissioner and Michal … Continue reading

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FREE Newsletter: 21st and 22nd of February

TRANSPARENCY Access-Info: European Monitoring Launched: The Transparency of Policing Protests , includes: The Right to Protest Briefing developed with Statewatch: “Concerned at the lack of transparency around the growing use of force by police in protest situations, Access Info Europe … Continue reading

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FREE Newsletter: 18th and 19th of February

EU EXTERNAL RELATIONS Statewatch: European Commission: Report on progress by Kosovo* in fulfilling the requirements of the visa liberalisation roadmap (COM 66-13, pdf) and see: Crime levels bode ill for Kosovo’s EU visa-free bid (EUobserver): “Kosovo is lagging behind in … Continue reading

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FREE Newsletter: 4th of February

DATA PROTECTION Statewatch: “Police spies stole identities of dead children – Exclusive: Undercover officers created aliases based on details found in birth and death records, Guardian investigation reveals (Guardian, link): “Britain’s largest police force stole the identities of an estimated … Continue reading

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