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NT1 & NT2 v Google LLC (The Information Commissioner intervening) [2018] EWHC 799 (QB)

Last week an important case was decided in the High Court on the so-called ‘Right to be Forgotten’. The Claimants, NT1 and NT2, are businessmen who asked Google to remove links to search results that revealed their past convictions. 1,561 more words

Privacy Law

Case Law, Strasbourg: Sinkova v Ukraine, Conviction for performance art war memorial protest did not violate Article 10 - Ronan Ó Fathaigh and Dirk Voorhoof

The European Court’s Fourth Section has held, by four votes to three, that a protestor’s conviction, including a suspended three-year prison sentence, for frying eggs over the flame of a war memorial, did not violate the protestor’s freedom of expression. 2,936 more words

Freedom Of Expression

Case Law, Strasbourg: Standard Verlagsgesellschaft mbH v Austria, Narrow approach to "value judgments" leads to rejection of Article 10 application - Emma Foubister

In Standard Verlagsgesellschaft mbH (No.2) v Austria ECHR 1040,  the Fifth Section of the European Court of Human Rights (“the Court”) held that ordering a newspaper to pay compensation to a politician falsely accused of being the… 1,068 more words

Freedom Of Expression

What this judgment is not

Once in a while, I come across a line in a judgment that makes me pull up sharply. Whilst my eyes rove over the screen full of Brussels II and run of the mill sets of care proceedings, every now and then you find a diamond in a sea of coal. 5,765 more words

Case Law

Free Speech

One can hardly go a day in the current political climate without hearing the phrase “Free Speech” advanced as a defence for some new controversial social commentary. 1,613 more words

Justice

TIMES NEWSPAPERS Ltd v FLOOD; FROST AND OTHERS v MGN Ltd; MILLER v ASSOCIATED NEWSPAPERS Ltd [2017] UKSC 33

Summary

The Supreme Court considered three appeals; all involving the question of whether or not the costs regime involving Conditional Fee Agreements (‘CFA’s’) and After the Event Insurance (ATE’s) infringed a newspaper’s Article 10 rights. 59 more words

Privacy Law

HIS HIGHNESS PRINCE MOULAY HICHAM BEN ABDALLAH AL ALAOUI OF MOROCCO v ELAPH PUBLISHING LTD [2017] EWCA CIV 29

Summary

His Highness Prince Moulay Hicham Ben Abdullah Al Alaoui of Morocco brought a defamation claim against Elaph Publishing Limited for an article published on the company’s news website in October 2014. 134 more words

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