In particular, tech companies that do not restrict access to and/or remove content banned in Russia could face fines tied to their annual revenue. For major companies, this could mean penalties in excess of millions or even billions of dollars.
In the latest legal setback for Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, the top EU court in Luxembourg ruled that Budapest had broken Union law by restricting access to the international protection procedure for asylum applicants in transit zones and unlawfully detaining them.
The ban contradicts a previous opinion of its Advocate General who had recognised that the banning is an attack on the rights of Belgian citizens to practice their religions freely and is incompatible with EU law.
Source: The Brussels Times
The bill regulating the right to a dignified death attracted cross-party support and can go into effect in the early months of 2021. This would make Spain the sixth country in the world to recognise this right after the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Canada and New Zealand.
Source: El Pais
Source: Balkan Insight