European Court of Justice

Polish Government’s Attacks on Rule of Law Violate Not Only EU Norms but International Law

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Dec 11th, 2020

What Comes Next: The Aftermath of European Court’s Blow to Transatlantic Data Transfers

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Jul 17th, 2020

Did the ECJ Just Give a Stamp of Approval to Poland’s Backsliding?

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Oct 10th, 2019

EU Court of Justice Grapples with U.S. Surveillance in Schrems II

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Jul 26th, 2019

To Wrest Back Rule of Law in Poland, Might EU Bureaucracy Finally Work?

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Apr 10th, 2019

A Back Door to Controlling Judges: Poland’s Ruling Party Tries Another Ploy

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Mar 27th, 2019

Polish Government’s Power Trip Interrupted?

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Oct 25th, 2018

A New Era of Mass Surveillance is Emerging Across Europe

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Jan 9th, 2017

European Court of Justice Rules “General and Indiscriminate Retention” of Electronic Communications Forbidden by EU Law

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Dec 22nd, 2016

Brexit and National Security

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Jun 13th, 2016

The Growing Divide Between European Governments and Regional Courts on Surveillance

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Mar 16th, 2016

Safe Harbor and Reforming Section 702

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Oct 22nd, 2015

Mass Surveillance and the Right to Privacy: Adding Nuance to the Schrems Case

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Oct 13th, 2015

Adding Some Nuance on the European Court’s Safe Harbor Decision

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Oct 7th, 2015

European Court: U.S. Troops Can Apply for Asylum to Avoid Participating in War Crimes, But …

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Feb 27th, 2015

British Government’s “Fast-Track” Surveillance Legislation Proposals

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Jul 14th, 2014