Category Archives: Privacy

FREE News: 9-10-11 June 2014

STATEWATCH DIGEST OF LIMITE DOCUMENTS EUROPEAN ELECTIONS SPECIAL * Trois eurodéputés montrés du doigt par la Haut-commissaire aux droits de l’homme de l’ONU * Former journalists take on new MEP roles FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS * Danish childminder’s discrimination case may redefine … Continue reading

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FREE News: 19-20-21 May 2014

FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS* United Kingdom: Court backs disabled woman’s human rights protest * Court: Hungary should reform its system for reviewing whole life sentences – LGBTI* RIGHTS * EU top job candidates back new strategy on gay rights * 2009-2014: 4 … Continue reading

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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: 23, 24, 25 September 2013

FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS – RIGHT TO LIVE… AND TO DIE Euthanasia cases in the Netherlands rise by 13% in a year The Guardian: “The number of assisted suicides in the Netherlands rose by 13% in 2012, the sixth consecutive year of … Continue reading

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FREE Newsletter: 16, 17, 18 September 2013

VALUES AND PRINCIPLES OF THE EUROPEAN UNION – POSSIBLE VIOLATION OF ARTICLE 7 TEU Hungary amends its constitution to appease EU Euractiv: “Hungary’s parliament has approved changes to the constitution, removing restrictions on political media campaigns ahead of next year’s … Continue reading

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FREE Newsletter: 9, 10, 11 September 2013

FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS – FREEDOM FROM INHUMANE AND DEGRADING TREATMENT Court confirms ruling to halt UK plans for US extradition of terrorist suspect Human Rights Europe: “Judges have rejected a request from the United Kingdom that they re-examine a decision to … Continue reading

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FREE Newsletter: 11 & 12 July 2013

FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS – FREEDOM FROM DEGRADING AND INHUMAN TREATMENT – RIGHT TO PRIVACY Greece reintroduces forced HIV testing Euractiv: “A controversial measure that allows the police to detain people and force them to be tested for HIV has been reinstated … Continue reading

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