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Fortune
Brexit Base Camp: the U.K.'s Long, Hard Climb Begins Nowto Britain, allowing no check on immigration, no escape from EU budget contribu
Brexit Base Camp: the U.K.'s Long, Hard Climb Begins Now
Fortune / Posted 17 hours ago
to Britain, allowing no check on immigration, no escape from EU budget contributions and no recourse against the European Court of Justice’s rulings. The third is inconceivable for all the damage it would do to a trading relationship... Read more
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express
'We will NEVER accept EU telling us what to do' Hungarian minister attacks European elitesSzijjártó, the Hungarian foreign minister In response, Hungary joined with Slo
'We will NEVER accept EU telling us what to do' Hungarian minister attacks European elites
express / Posted 19 hours ago
Szijjártó, the Hungarian foreign minister In response, Hungary joined with Slovakia in challenging the plan in the European Court of Justice. Billboards across the country proclaim that Brussels plans to relocate a city's worth of... Read more
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asianage
EU court moves to keep Tamil Tigers, Hamas off terrorism listfrom an EU terrorism blacklist despite protestations from Israel and the Sri La
EU court moves to keep Tamil Tigers, Hamas off terrorism list
asianage / Posted 2 days ago
from an EU terrorism blacklist despite protestations from Israel and the Sri Lankan government. An advocate general at the European Court of Justice, whose advice is usually followed by judges, recommended on Thursday that they reject an appeal by... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
EU court moves to keep Hamas, Tamil Tigers off terrorism listfrom an EU terrorism blacklist despite protestations from Israel and the Sri La
EU court moves to keep Hamas, Tamil Tigers off terrorism list
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 2 days ago
from an EU terrorism blacklist despite protestations from Israel and the Sri Lankan government. An advocate general at the European Court of Justice, whose advice is usually followed by judges, recommended on Thursday that they reject an appeal by... Read more
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Reuters
EU court moves to keep Hamas, Tamil Tigers off terrorism listfrom an EU terrorism blacklist despite protestations from Israel and the Sri La
EU court moves to keep Hamas, Tamil Tigers off terrorism list
Reuters / Posted 2 days ago
from an EU terrorism blacklist despite protestations from Israel and the Sri Lankan government. An advocate general at the European Court of Justice, whose advice is usually followed by judges, recommended on Thursday that they reject an appeal by... Read more
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walesonline
Pollution limits breached at Aberthaw Power StationPollution limits at a Welsh coal-fired power station have been breached, the Eu
Pollution limits breached at Aberthaw Power Station
walesonline / Posted 3 days ago
Pollution limits at a Welsh coal-fired power station have been breached, the European Court of Justice has ruled. Euro judges took the UK government to task over emissions of harmful nitrogen oxides from the Aberthaw Power Station. But the court... Read more
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DW
EU judges nix appeal of animal testing ban |in the EU, even though testing on rats, mice, guinea pigs and rabbits is still
EU judges nix appeal of animal testing ban |
DW / Posted 3 days ago
in the EU, even though testing on rats, mice, guinea pigs and rabbits is still common in other parts of the world. The European Court of Justice ruled that EU law bars any cosmetic product containing ingredients which have been tested on... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
No exceptions to cosmetics animal testing ban: top EU courtto market cosmetics that were developed for sale in China and Japan using anima
No exceptions to cosmetics animal testing ban: top EU court
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 3 days ago
to market cosmetics that were developed for sale in China and Japan using animal tests outside the European Union. The European Court of Justice said EU law bars any cosmetic product containing ingredients which have been tested on animals,... Read more
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Times of Malta
Brussels ‘bullying’ Malta not to adopt hunting, trapping derogations, hunters claimspring hunting of turtle dove and quail and an autumn finch trapping season. M
Brussels ‘bullying’ Malta not to adopt hunting, trapping derogations, hunters claim
Times of Malta / Posted 4 days ago
spring hunting of turtle dove and quail and an autumn finch trapping season. Malta had won its case in front of the European Court of Justice to open a limited and strictly controlled spring hunting season on turtle dove and quail after... Read more
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express
'You WILL pay the price!' German MP says Britain will have to FUND EU in any Brexit dealof the single market but they would have to pay the price." GETTYBritain would
'You WILL pay the price!' German MP says Britain will have to FUND EU in any Brexit deal
express / Posted 4 days ago
of the single market but they would have to pay the price." GETTYBritain would also have to accept some case law from the European Court of Justice The UK would remain part of the single market but they would have to pay the price By giving into... Read more
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Naked Capitalism
Theresa May Outs Herself as Wall Street's Poodle in Brexit Talksfrom Euroclearing. The only reason the EU lost that suit (in which the powerful
Theresa May Outs Herself as Wall Street's Poodle in Brexit Talks
Naked Capitalism / Posted 4 days ago
from Euroclearing. The only reason the EU lost that suit (in which the powerful ECB was one of the plaintiffs) was that the European Court of Justice ruled that discrimination of that sort against an EU member was not permitted. With the UK out of... Read more
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The Irish Times
Apple tax: Vestager is winning the PR battlewill be fought out line by line in the European courts. But it is clear that, w
Apple tax: Vestager is winning the PR battle
The Irish Times / Posted 5 days ago
will be fought out line by line in the European courts. But it is clear that, what ever happens in a few year’s time in the European Court of Justice, Vestager, has grabbed the moment with what was effectively a huge political statement - that Apple... Read more
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Newsweek
Hungary's rejection of the EU's refugee quota shakes European unityfar, Hungary has accepted no refugees under the plan. Instead, it has joined wi
Hungary's rejection of the EU's refugee quota shakes European unity
Newsweek / Posted 5 days ago
far, Hungary has accepted no refugees under the plan. Instead, it has joined with Slovakia in challenging the plan in the European Court of Justice. Hungary may be resisting the decision-makers in Brussels, but, for now, nobody is talking about a... Read more
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Billboard
European Court of Justice Upholds Ruling That Public Wi-Fi Operators Are Not Liable For PiracyThe European Court of Justice has upheld its previous ruling that shop, hotel o
European Court of Justice Upholds Ruling That Public Wi-Fi Operators Are Not Liable For Piracy
Billboard / Posted 5 days ago
The European Court of Justice has upheld its previous ruling that shop, hotel or bar owners who provide free public Wi-Fi access cannot be held liable for customers who commit online piracy. The long-running legal dispute dates back to 2010 when a... Read more
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Swissinfo
Swiss role in fluxSwiss laws changing automatically as EU rules evolved. It would also require Sw
Swiss role in flux
Swissinfo / Posted 5 days ago
Swiss laws changing automatically as EU rules evolved. It would also require Switzerland to follow the rulings of the European Court of Justice. The existing, ad hoc relationship has not stopped Switzerland becoming a highly successful economy... Read more
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Times of Malta
Gay men should be allowed to donate blood - Labour youthsHave the Same Blood’. The lifetime ban has been described as one that “infring
Gay men should be allowed to donate blood - Labour youths
Times of Malta / Posted 7 days ago
Have the Same Blood’. The lifetime ban has been described as one that “infringes the principles of proportionality” by the European Court of Justice in a judgment where a French doctor refused a blood donation from Geoffrey Leger in 2009 on grounds... Read more
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DW
High levels of nitrate in German groundwater, drinking water |provisions that are too rigid and impractical. Impending EU action The Europe
High levels of nitrate in German groundwater, drinking water |
DW / Posted 8 days ago
provisions that are too rigid and impractical. Impending EU action The European Union is aiming to file a claim in the European Court of Justice against Germany for failing to abide by directives regarding nitrate levels in groundwater. While... Read more
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DW
EU lifts some sanctions against ousted Ukraine leader Yanukovych |in Moscow for being a powerful ally against EU sanctions, having represented st
EU lifts some sanctions against ousted Ukraine leader Yanukovych |
DW / Posted 9 days ago
in Moscow for being a powerful ally against EU sanctions, having represented state-owned oil company Rosneft at the European Court of Justice. Sixteen other individuals remain on the EU sanction list, which was extended for another 12... Read more
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Market Watch
EU court keeps free Wi-Fi on the menu in ruling against Sonyliable if one of their customers uses their open Wi-Fi connection to offer copy
EU court keeps free Wi-Fi on the menu in ruling against Sony
Market Watch / Posted 9 days ago
liable if one of their customers uses their open Wi-Fi connection to offer copyrighted content for download. However, the European Court of Justice said that the owners of the Wi-Fi connection can be ordered to protect it with a password to... Read more
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DW
EU is at risk of losing legal battle with Yanukovych |European bank accounts unlocked. In this legal battle, no cost is too little fo
EU is at risk of losing legal battle with Yanukovych |
DW / Posted 9 days ago
European bank accounts unlocked. In this legal battle, no cost is too little for Yanukovych. Representing him at the European Court of Justice, which is expected to hand down its judgment on Thursday, is the British star-lawyer, Thomas... Read more
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PhysOrg
EU court backs Wi-Fi providers in German copyright caseWi-Fi to customers can't be held liable for copyright infringements by users.
EU court backs Wi-Fi providers in German copyright case
PhysOrg / Posted 9 days ago
Wi-Fi to customers can't be held liable for copyright infringements by users. A Munich court sought a judgment from the European Court of Justice in a dispute between the manager of a sound-system shop and Sony's German branch. It centers on a... Read more
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The Register
EU law: Brussels burps up aspirational copyright tweaksusers across the EU.” They will be tossed about and amended in European Parliam
EU law: Brussels burps up aspirational copyright tweaks
The Register / Posted 9 days ago
users across the EU.” They will be tossed about and amended in European Parliament for many months. But with an activist European Court of Justice fulfilling its date with destiny, and ripping up the law and making its own on the hoof, it’s... Read more
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Daily Herald
EU court backs Wi-Fi providers in German copyright caseWi-Fi to customers can't be held liable for copyright infringements by users.
EU court backs Wi-Fi providers in German copyright case
Daily Herald / Posted 9 days ago
Wi-Fi to customers can't be held liable for copyright infringements by users. A Munich court sought a judgment from the European Court of Justice in a dispute between the manager of a sound-system shop and Sony's German branch. It centers on a... Read more
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DW
EU Court: Wi-Fi providers not responsible for illegal downloads |customers from being held responsible for copyright infringement committed by t
EU Court: Wi-Fi providers not responsible for illegal downloads |
DW / Posted 9 days ago
customers from being held responsible for copyright infringement committed by their patrons' downloads. The decision by the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg serves as a new precedent in case law across the European Union. In 2010, Sony had... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
What if employers count your travel from and to work as ‘work’?in Europe count their workers’ travel time from and to work as ‘work’. To uphol
What if employers count your travel from and to work as ‘work’?
Manila Bulletin / Posted 10 days ago
in Europe count their workers’ travel time from and to work as ‘work’. To uphold the health and safety of workers, the European Court of Justice ruled that time spent traveling to and from work should count as actual work, with companies paying... Read more
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Eu Business
EU Court rules on Spanish use of rolling fixed-term contracts — EUbusiness.com- The use of successive fixed-term contracts to cover permanent needs in the he
EU Court rules on Spanish use of rolling fixed-term contracts — EUbusiness.com
Eu Business / Posted 10 days ago
- The use of successive fixed-term contracts to cover permanent needs in the healthcare sector are contrary to EU law, the European Court of Justice ruled on Wednesday. The case concerned a nurse at the University Hospital of Madrid, Ms Maria... Read more
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express
UK could be BLOCKED from removing Abu Hamza’s daughter-in-law due to new EU rulingher burka. Ministers have been desperately trying to deport her - but could no
UK could be BLOCKED from removing Abu Hamza’s daughter-in-law due to new EU ruling
express / Posted 10 days ago
her burka. Ministers have been desperately trying to deport her - but could now be stumped after an announcement from the European Court of Justice the UK cannot deport foreign convicts if they have British children. Known only as CS, it is... Read more
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Times of Malta
Why won't the European Parliament say how MEPs spend their allowances?how this money is spent. This reluctance prompted a group of journalists from
Why won't the European Parliament say how MEPs spend their allowances?
Times of Malta / Posted 10 days ago
how this money is spent. This reluctance prompted a group of journalists from member states to file court cases with the European Court of Justice in November 2015, and the group has now insisted that it will not be backing down. The... Read more
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Times of Malta
Brincat's failure to get MEPs' approval due to Mizzi's 'obstinacy and vanity'the failed bid of Mr Justice Silvio Camilleri who last March did not make it th
Brincat's failure to get MEPs' approval due to Mizzi's 'obstinacy and vanity'
Times of Malta / Posted 11 days ago
the failed bid of Mr Justice Silvio Camilleri who last March did not make it through the screening process to sit on the European Court of Justice. Commenting on the possibility that the European Council might overrule yesterday’s decision, he... Read more
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International Business Times
UK judges to decide whether to deport daughter-in-law of Islamist preacher Abu Hamzajudges to decide on whether the daughter-in-law of Islamist preacher Abu Hamza
UK judges to decide whether to deport daughter-in-law of Islamist preacher Abu Hamza
International Business Times / Posted 11 days ago
judges to decide on whether the daughter-in-law of Islamist preacher Abu Hamza should be deported following a ruling by the European Court of Justice. The 32-year-old Moroccan woman, who is identified only as CS, was jailed in 2012 after being... Read more
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express
Meddling EU judges rule Abu Hamza's criminal daughter-in-law CANNOT be deported from UKHate preacher and convicted terrorist Abu Hamza's daughter-in-law cannot be dep
Meddling EU judges rule Abu Hamza's criminal daughter-in-law CANNOT be deported from UK
express / Posted 11 days ago
Hate preacher and convicted terrorist Abu Hamza's daughter-in-law cannot be deported, the EU says The European Court of Justice (ECJ) said because her son is a British, and therefore an EU citizen, the UK cannot deport her for committing a... Read more
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DW
The new Brit in Brussels is actually a European |the sensitive question of data storage, King has offered assurances that there
The new Brit in Brussels is actually a European |
DW / Posted 11 days ago
the sensitive question of data storage, King has offered assurances that there will be no deviation from the rulings of the European Court of Justice. King is well prepared and knows exactly what the position involves. In response to the most... Read more
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RTE News
Senior MEP says Apple appeal has little chanceIrish appeal he added, "I do not believe that Commissioner [Margrethe] Vestager
Senior MEP says Apple appeal has little chance
RTE News / Posted 11 days ago
Irish appeal he added, "I do not believe that Commissioner [Margrethe] Vestager runs a big risk of being turned down by the European Court of Justice." Speaking more broadly about member states' tax rates he said: "On the convergence of the rates... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
EU-Morocco trade deal annulment should be overturned -adviserof trade in agricultural and fishery products applied to the territory. If the
EU-Morocco trade deal annulment should be overturned -adviser
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 11 days ago
of trade in agricultural and fishery products applied to the territory. If the trade agreements were declared valid by the European Court of Justice, the EU and Morocco should avoid a repeat of the diplomatic clash at the start of this... Read more
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Reuters
EU-Morocco trade deal annulment should be overturned: adviserof trade in agricultural and fishery products applied to the territory. If the
EU-Morocco trade deal annulment should be overturned: adviser
Reuters / Posted 11 days ago
of trade in agricultural and fishery products applied to the territory. If the trade agreements were declared valid by the European Court of Justice, the EU and Morocco should avoid a repeat of the diplomatic clash at the start of this... Read more
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Herald.ie
EU ruling could see higher tolls on the M50 Luke Byrne – 13 September 2016 02:30 AM The European Court of Justice has ru
EU ruling could see higher tolls on the M50
Herald.ie / Posted 12 days ago
Luke Byrne – 13 September 2016 02:30 AM The European Court of Justice has ruled that VAT should be applied to bills. Private car owners currently pay between €2.10 and €3.10 to use the M50, and between... Read more
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Reuters
Austrian court refers Facebook privacy case to European courtin Berlin, Germany, August 29, 2016. REUTERS/Stefanie Loos VIENNA Austria's S
Austrian court refers Facebook privacy case to European court
Reuters / Posted 12 days ago
in Berlin, Germany, August 29, 2016. REUTERS/Stefanie Loos VIENNA Austria's Supreme Court on Monday referred to the European Court of Justice a class action case brought against Facebook (FB.O) by an Austrian law student over privacy... Read more
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Quartz
Europe’s top court has made merely linking to stolen material on the web a crimelink to pirated material could be in trouble for copyright infringement, the Eu
Europe’s top court has made merely linking to stolen material on the web a crime
Quartz / Posted 12 days ago
link to pirated material could be in trouble for copyright infringement, the European Union’s top court has ruled. The European Court of Justice notes in a controversial ruling (pdf) dated Sept. 8 that “when hyperlinks are posted for profit, it... Read more
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Irish Examiner
EU court opinion could raise price of M50, Dublin Port tollsM50 toll charges could go up to €3.20 per journey if the EU gets its way. The
EU court opinion could raise price of M50, Dublin Port tolls
Irish Examiner / Posted 12 days ago
M50 toll charges could go up to €3.20 per journey if the EU gets its way. The European Court of Justice wants Ireland to charge 23% VAT on trips on State-owned motorways. Verona Murphy from the Irish Road Haulage Association says it is not... Read more
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Surrey Advertiser
EVERYONE could receive £300 from MasterCard after lawsuitto fund perks like cashback card deals, Air Miles and more to attract customers
EVERYONE could receive £300 from MasterCard after lawsuit
Surrey Advertiser / Posted 14 days ago
to fund perks like cashback card deals, Air Miles and more to attract customers, among other things. But in in 2014 the European Court of Justice declared that such fees were a violation of EU antitrust rules. On April 29 last year the European... Read more
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express
‘ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!’ UK expats launch legal bid to force ‘DICTATOR’ Juncker to start BrexitJuncker as a “bully” and a “dictator”, pressure group A Fair Deal for Expats wi
‘ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!’ UK expats launch legal bid to force ‘DICTATOR’ Juncker to start Brexit
express / Posted 14 days ago
Juncker as a “bully” and a “dictator”, pressure group A Fair Deal for Expats will now legally challenge the decision at the European Court of Justice. Spokesman John Shaw said: “People in Britain and across Europe have become accustomed to Mr... Read more
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Nottingham Post
You could get £300 from MasterCard - even if you've never had onefees to fund perks like cashback card deals, Air Miles and more to attract cust
You could get £300 from MasterCard - even if you've never had one
Nottingham Post / Posted 15 days ago
fees to fund perks like cashback card deals, Air Miles and more to attract customers, among other things. But in 2014 the European Court of Justice declared that such fees were a violation of EU antitrust rules. On April 29 last year the European... Read more
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express
Mastercard hit with £14bn damages claim: Are you in line for a payout?to the opportunity to present our case. "This is a watershed moment for consum
Mastercard hit with £14bn damages claim: Are you in line for a payout?
express / Posted 15 days ago
to the opportunity to present our case. "This is a watershed moment for consumer redress in this country." In 2014 the European Court of Justice declared that the so-called interchange fees were a violation of EU antitrust rules. And in... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Everyone could get £300 from MasterCard - even if you've never had onefees to fund perks like cashback card deals, Air Miles and more to attract cust
Everyone could get £300 from MasterCard - even if you've never had one
Liverpool Echo / Posted 15 days ago
fees to fund perks like cashback card deals, Air Miles and more to attract customers, among other things. But in 2014 the European Court of Justice declared that such fees were a violation of EU antitrust rules. On April 29 last year the European... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
EVERYONE could get £330 from MasterCard - here's howfees to fund perks like cashback card deals, Air Miles and more to attract cust
EVERYONE could get £330 from MasterCard - here's how
Manchester Evening News / Posted 15 days ago
fees to fund perks like cashback card deals, Air Miles and more to attract customers, among other things. But in 2014 the European Court of Justice declared that such fees were a violation of EU antitrust rules. On April 29 last year the European... Read more
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International Business Times
MasterCard sued for £14bn in UK's largest legal claim everinterchange fees. While the dispute was fought over several years, it concluded
MasterCard sued for £14bn in UK's largest legal claim ever
International Business Times / Posted 15 days ago
interchange fees. While the dispute was fought over several years, it concluded with a defeat for Mastercard in 2014. The European court of justice had then concluded that regulators were right to condemn the high interchange fees that Mastercard... Read more
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DW
Airline passenger data sharing deal between EU and Canada hits turbulence |Shield, which was adopted by the European Commission in July replaced a framewo
Airline passenger data sharing deal between EU and Canada hits turbulence |
DW / Posted 16 days ago
Shield, which was adopted by the European Commission in July replaced a framework agreement that was rejected by the European Court of Justice last year over fears of mass US surveillance. Privacy advocates are expected to challenge the... Read more
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Op-Ed News
What Apple Teaches Us About Taxesrates. The European Commission is investigating Luxembourg's tax arrangements f
What Apple Teaches Us About Taxes
Op-Ed News / Posted 16 days ago
rates. The European Commission is investigating Luxembourg's tax arrangements for Amazon and McDonald's, and last year the European Court of Justice struck down tax advantages to companies and their subsidiaries selling e-books throughout Europe.... Read more
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Daily Mail
Allow UK to curb immigration AND stay in single market says top Germanfree across 28 EU member states and access to around 500million customers - wou
Allow UK to curb immigration AND stay in single market says top German
Daily Mail / Posted 16 days ago
free across 28 EU member states and access to around 500million customers - would require it to continue complying with European Court of Justice rulings - another key factor that swayed voters towards backing Brexit in the June 23... Read more
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