Liberties' 'Online Civic Space Report 2023' shows that the EU and its member states have not been able to fulfill their obligation to protect and enable citizens to freely exercise their fundamental rights in the digital space.
On Monday, EU lawmakers agreed on a new regulation about political advertising to make election campaigns more transparent and privacy-friendly and to limit foreign interference in the EU. Liberties has long campaigned to limit the use of sensitive data.
What are the consequences of the recent developments in the conflict between Israel and Hamas for people in the European Union from a human rights perspective? Questions & Answers
A monthly round-up of Liberties' work: rule of law gap analysis, the hits and misses of the latest Media Freedom Act draft, and Poland's brighter future.
The European Parliament adopted its position on the draft European Media Freedom Act. Ahead of the trilogues, Liberties reflects on the positive developments in the draft text, as well as some rejected amendments concerning media privilege and spyware.
The Commission is accused of using prohibited ads and giving select AI industry stakeholders special access to the legislative process.
Liberties and its members have published a new analysis on the gaps and shortcomings of the European Commission’s latest report on the rule of law in Europe, highlighting a number of areas that were under-scrutinized or overlooked by the Commission.
Assistance dogs dramatically improve the lives of individuals with disabilities, but these invaluable assistants continue to lack rights in countries across the EU - and Lithuania is no exception.
With Poland's opposition sweeping a victory in a divisive, parliamentary election, Liberties sat down with IEP's Dr. Maria Skóra to understand what was at stake with this election, and how the ousting of the Law & Justice party will shape Poland's future.
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