An Estonian university student created a petition calling for the host to be fired for hateful language towards minorities, with the host responding by suing for defamation.
A study on the attitudes towards and public opinions about LGBT people among Estonians shows they have improved in recent years. People opposing the Civil Partnership Act are in minority for the first time.
Estonia has been in political turmoil for the past few months as the Estonian Centre Party made the shock decision to invite the right-wing conservative EKRE into new coalition after the liberal Reform Party won the parliamentary elections.
Debate surrounding media freedom and freedom of expression is escalating in Estonia in response to the press and other media supporting the new governing coalition, which includes far right right Estonian Conservative People's Party.
After long-time pressure from the Estonian Human Rights Centre and others, the Estonian Ministry of Justice has drafted a proposal to amend the provisions of the Electronic Communications Act that require the retention of mass communications metadata.
An Estonian-American married couple, Sarah and Kristiina Raud, have been fighting to get the state of Estonia to recognize them as spouses, allowing the American to obtain a permanent residence permit.
Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia say they are against imposing EU sanctions on Poland for alleged violations of the rule of law. Speaking at a joint press conference on 9 March, Latvian Prime Minister Maris Kuczinskis...
An Estonian court has reversed a lower court's decision and granted in-family adoption rights to a lesbian couple.
It seems that privacy is not a concern to E-stonia, where data protection laws allow government agencies to access users' personal data, which ICT companies retain despite EU law.
Estonia holding the EU's rotating presidency has been pushing the 28 member states to strengthen indiscriminate internet surveillance – a Council of the European Union document leaked by Statewatch shows. The document...