The Brussels Court of First Instance has ruled in favour of the organisers of the photography exhibition “Don’t Shoot”, by recognising the right to publish un-blurred photographs of police officers performing their duties in public spaces.
Croatia has received the green light from the European Commission to enter the border-free Schengen Area, but nine organisations and initiatives working with the victims of border violence have made their objections clear.
After an appeal by LDH against the transposition of the EU Directive on passenger name records, the Belgian Constitutional Court has decided to submit 10 prejudicial questions to the CJEU, reflecting the concerns raised by privacy advocates.
The European Commission organized a stakeholder dialogue to discuss best practices for cooperation between online content-sharing service providers and copyright holders. Liberties was invited to present on the human rights angle.
Between 2015 and 2019, Poland recorded its most significant regression in the field of human rights protection since 1989, claim experts from the Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights in their latest report.