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2015/04/17 15:43
2015/04/17 15:43
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The companies, some of which have no legal background but say they specialise in “reputation management”, have sensed an easy opportunity to make money by offering to cleanse the internet of...
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2015/04/17 11:14
2015/04/17 11:14
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It’s been a bad week for Google in Europe, with the Competition Commission on Thursday adopting a Statement of Objections regard its shopping comparison service — marking an escalation of a five-year...
2015/04/17 07:48
2015/04/17 07:48
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French data protection authority CNIL received 260 complaints last year related to the so-called 'right to be forgotten' ruling. Presenting its annual report on Thursday, the organisation revealed...
2015/04/17 07:09
2015/04/17 07:09
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In cities including Glasgow, levels of the pollutant are nearly twice EU limits. Air pollution has been linked to coronary artery disease, heart attacks and strokes, and has been blamed for causing...
2015/04/16 08:03
2015/04/16 08:03
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... - An Austrian law graduate spearheading a class action case against Facebook for alleged privacy breaches officially filed the suit in a Vienna court on Thursday. In a closely-watched case,...
2015/04/16 00:49
2015/04/16 00:49
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EU accuses Google of ‘abusing’ its dominance online Preliminary findings show that internet giant promotes its own shopping service European competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager in Brussels,...
2015/04/15 17:49
2015/04/15 17:49
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Social media being increasingly used by police, conference told Gathering explores drone technology, mobile phone video and privacy issues Lawyers, privacy activists, academics and other experts...
2015/04/15 16:57
2015/04/15 16:57
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A call to tackle harmful levels of air pollution in Leeds and West Yorkshire will be heard at the Supreme Court tomorrow. The campaign group ClientEarth’s long-running battle against the Government...
2015/04/15 11:38
2015/04/15 11:38
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An EU court said today that it will uphold an 899 million euro ($1.1 billion) penalty handed out in 2008 by the European Commission, but will lower it by 39 million euros ($48 million). The European...
2015/04/15 09:49
2015/04/15 09:49
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Drones, privacy and policing to feature at digital rights event Minister for Data Protection, lawyers and academics to address Digital Rights Europe event in Dublin Lawyers, privacy activists,...
2015/04/14 04:51
2015/04/14 04:51
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Ministers will vote on the change on May 16, although it looks likely Britain will be outvoted Cases at the bureaucratic court have edged up just 26 per cent and officials recommended the appointment...
2015/04/13 18:20
2015/04/13 18:20
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VIENNA - Facebook presented a long list of procedural objections to an Austrian court on Thursday trying to halt a class action lawsuit for 25,000 users that accuses the social media giant of...
2015/04/13 06:08
2015/04/13 06:08
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Writing ahead of the results, I will look into the impacts of the spring hunting referendum campaigns. For this purpose, I refer to concepts used in scholarly literature on social movements, namely...
2015/04/12 23:23
2015/04/12 23:23
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Malta thwarts quail hunt ban: Islanders vote to keep rules that allow shooting of migrating birds during the spring Environmentalists wanted to stop hunters shooting turtle doves and...
2015/04/12 00:43
2015/04/12 00:43
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The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) has been fighting a rear-guard action in the courts since 2011 over the Government’s failure to meet EU targets for lowering nitrogen...
2015/04/10 02:43
2015/04/10 02:43
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VIENNA - An Austrian law graduate spearheading a class action case against Facebook for alleged privacy breaches officially filed the suit in a Vienna court on Thursday. In a closely-watched case,...
2015/04/09 10:37
2015/04/09 10:37
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The claim is part of a class action lawsuit being brought by European data protection campaigner Max Schrems, which says that Facebook’s data collection and like buttons breach privacy laws. More...
2015/04/09 09:33
2015/04/09 09:33
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Businesses have been warned they must get themselves up to speed on a controversial ruling which may entitle millions of workers to more holiday pay to take into account their overtime and...
2015/04/09 08:49
2015/04/09 08:49
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Privacy has become a human rights issue for the digital age Lawyer Elizabeth Knight is fighting for user protection but fears new European laws won’t go far enough Whistleblower Edward Snowden:...
2015/04/09 08:49
2015/04/09 08:49
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Vienna court to hear Schrems’s civil suit against Facebook Privacy campaigner accuses social network giant violating Austrian and EU laws Max Schrems has already taken on Facebook, where its...
2015/04/17 15:43
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