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Human rights court accepts Hungary's appeal in asylum seeker case

The European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) has referred to its Grand Chamber the Hungarian government’s appeal against an earlier ruling in the case of two Bangladeshi migrants, who had been denied asylum in Hungary. 268 more words

Processing centres in North Africa are not the answer for EU refugees

Last month, French President Emmanuel Macron invited his counterparts from Libya, Niger, Chad, Italy, Germany and Spain to Paris to discuss ways of stopping the flow of irregular migrants and refugees through transit countries. 948 more words


Human Rights Protect Us From May's Government...Amen

Leaving the European Union is no reason to lose the protection of Human Rights.  However, Theresa May is keen to ‘Rip up human rights laws’ although the two are independent of each other.   650 more words


Companies Spying on Employee Accounts Need to Come Clean, European Court Rules

The European Court of Human Rights has ruled that companies must inform their employees if their work email accounts are being monitored.

In a ruling that’s a clear success for privacy rights protectors, the European Court of Human Rights… 454 more words


News in brief: veterans among S3 leak victims; court rules on email privacy; man jailed for VPN sales

Your daily round-up of some of the other stories in the news

Veterans and TWC users’ data spills from leaky buckets

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Law & Order

It's now illegal for companies to snoop on employees' private messages

Businesses in Europe cannot spy on employees’ private emails and texts after a Romanian man was fired for messaging his fiancee.

The European Court of Human Rights has just ruled that companies have to warn employees they will look at their work email and messaging accounts. 260 more words


Bărbulescu v. Romania: The European Court of Human Rights and Horizontal Effect, Redux

The Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights has just handed down its decision in Barbulescu v Romania. The ruling made BBC News… 1,503 more words