European Court of Justice articles over last 30 days

- articles last 30 days - articles per day
Mentioned in this news Places Companies People
2014/04/15 12:44
2014/04/15 12:44
1d
ECJ Rules Against Hungarian Alcohol Duty Exemptionby Ulrika Lomas, Tax-News.com, Brussels15 April 2014 The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled that Hungarian excise duty exemptions applying to...
2014/04/15 12:44
2014/04/15 12:44
Latest videos
2014/04/14 23:41
2014/04/14 23:41
1d
Ireland is facing fines that could run into hundreds of millions from next year for failing to cut greenhouse gas emissions — mainly because of the national herd. And with the plan to double the...
2014/04/13 23:41
2014/04/13 23:41
2d
Brussels Briefing: “Get a taste of some of the interesting and quirky happenings in Europe from our Europe correspondent, Ann Cahill. Tackling foolish behaviour on smart phones More than a quarter...
2014/04/12 23:37
2014/04/12 23:37
3d
The presenter of the popular BBC Springwatch and Autumnwatch programmes said it was "a sad reflection of our complacent and risk-adverse times" that his appeals to expose one of Europe's biggest...
2014/04/11 23:52
2014/04/11 23:52
4d
Last updated at 15:39, Monday, 28 March 2011 DOCTOR Mark Butler grew up in Whitehaven, attending St Begh’s RC High School, St Benedict’s RC High School and West Cumbria Catholic Sixth Form Centre...
2014/04/11 17:38
2014/04/11 17:38
5d
Microsoft announced on Thursday that its enterprise cloud contracts meet European Union privacy law standards. According to a blog post by Brad Smith, General Counsel and Executive Vice President of...
2014/04/11 13:43
2014/04/11 13:43
5d
THE UK OPEN RIGHTS GROUP (ORG) has reacted to a European decision to reject the Data Retention Directive by asking the big internet service providers (ISPs) what they intend to do about it. The ORG...
2014/04/10 23:10
2014/04/10 23:10
5d
Rajiv Shah, the administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development, defended a Twitter-esque social media site created by the agency, saying it was an attempt to nurture communication on...
2014/04/10 13:39
2014/04/10 13:39
6d
Downloading films and music from illegal sources does not fall under Dutch home copying regulations and compensation schemes, the European Court of Justice ruled on Thursday. This means that...
Read more at DutchNews.nl, PC Advisor
2014/04/10 09:38
2014/04/10 09:38
6d
Government plans to store footage of car number plates for up to four weeks to help solve 'serious crimes' may conflict with European privacy law, legal experts say in Thursday's Trouw. On Tuesday,...
2014/04/10 00:50
2014/04/10 00:50
6d
Back to square one on data retention But data retention is likely to return - in a carefully revised form It’s official: the EU data retention directive has been declared invalid by Europe’s highest...
2014/04/09 20:55
2014/04/09 20:55
7d
In that faraway wonderland that it is the eurozone, nothing is quite what it seems. It is a strange place where half-bankrupt governments can plan a return to capital markets at moderate yields, and a...
2014/04/09 15:19
2014/04/09 15:19
7d
The European Court of Justice has ruled that a European Union directive that requires telecommunications companies to retain users' data for up to two years is invalid. The Luxembourg-based court,...
2014/04/09 15:08
2014/04/09 15:08
7d
The European Commission "may have set itself on a collision course" with the courts with its "schizophrenic" stance on Scottish independence, a Scottish Parliament adviser has said. Dr Daniel...
2014/04/09 11:35
2014/04/09 11:35
7d
Snowden calls for international agreement to prevent data surveillanceSecurityby CBR Staff Writer| 09 April 2014Demands for establishment of a set of ‘common standards’ to defend against mass...
2014/04/09 11:22
2014/04/09 11:22
7d
U.S. government spied on human rights groups: Whistleblower Edward Snowden appears via video link to make latest accusations as he mocks NSA claims he stole 1.7million documents He told Council of...
Read more at Daily Mail, Press TV
2014/04/09 08:35
2014/04/09 08:35
7d
File photo: Deltalis' Patrick Mueller opens a bunker door of the Deltalis Swiss Mountain Data Center. The decision to scupper the 2006 Data Retention Directive comes as Europe weighs concerns over...
2014/04/09 05:36
2014/04/09 05:36
7d
Share this page Thousands of Britons now live permanently on Spain's Costa del Sol The European Commission has published new guidelines to help the 28 member states decide which EU migrants qualify...
2014/04/09 05:17
2014/04/09 05:17
7d
The European Union's top court has struck down rules requiring internet and phone companies to store swathes of customer data. The European Court of Justice said in a statement the data-retention law...
2014/04/09 00:53
2014/04/09 00:53
7d
Law 'interferes with fundamental rights'. The European Union's highest court on Tuesday overthrew a rule that required telecommunications companies to store the communications data of EU citizens for...
2014/04/15 12:44
2014/04/15 12:44
Latest from Twitter