03/12/2019

Moscow court ruled that face recognition system is not an invasion of privacy

Human rights activist Alena Popova demanded to ban the face recognition system after the Tverskoy District Court illegally used her biometric data obtained from surveillance cameras and fined the activist for 20 thousand rubles after protest near the State Duma building.
Source: Novaya Gazeta
03/12/2019

Moscow court ruled that face recognition system is not an invasion of privacy

Human rights activist Alena Popova demanded to ban the face recognition system after the Tverskoy District Court illegally used her biometric data obtained from surveillance cameras and fined the activist for 20 thousand rubles after protest near the State Duma building.
Source: Novaya Gazeta
03/12/2019

Malta’s PM quits over Daphne Caruana Galizia murder

Malta’s prime minister Joseph Muscat has resigned and due to leave in January, driven from office by the constitutional and political crisis triggered by the murder of the investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia.
Source: The Guardian
03/12/2019

Malta’s PM quits over Daphne Caruana Galizia murder

Malta’s prime minister Joseph Muscat has resigned and due to leave in January, driven from office by the constitutional and political crisis triggered by the murder of the investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia.
Source: The Guardian
10/12/2019

Austria to ban glyphosate

Austria is set to become the first EU country to completely ban weedkiller glyphosate, as lower house of parliament voted to ban all uses of controversial substance due to allegations of potentially causing cancer. The ban could clash with EU law.
Source: Deutsche Welle
10/12/2019

Austria to ban glyphosate

Austria is set to become the first EU country to completely ban weedkiller glyphosate, as lower house of parliament voted to ban all uses of controversial substance due to allegations of potentially causing cancer. The ban could clash with EU law.
Source: Deutsche Welle
10/12/2019

Europeans to get right to sue collectively

Due to the absence of harmonized class action lawsuit mechanism the European consumers find it hard to get compensation in a lawsuit against corporations, such as in case when Volkswagen was caught cheating on emissions tests. This is set to change with the new EU legislation designed to simplify the collective lawsuit mechanism.
Source: Forbes
10/12/2019

Europeans to get right to sue collectively

Due to the absence of harmonized class action lawsuit mechanism the European consumers find it hard to get compensation in a lawsuit against corporations, such as in case when Volkswagen was caught cheating on emissions tests. This is set to change with the new EU legislation designed to simplify the collective lawsuit mechanism.
Source: Forbes
10/12/2019

Hungarian government’s control of media is unprecedented

According to EU watchdog, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s government has systematically destroyed the country’s media independence and pluralism over the past 10 years. EU leaders are expected to discuss possible actions against Hungary for Orban’s attacks on key European democratic norms.
Source: New Europe