You can find great things in Germany. Cars, kebabs, democracy. Privacy is a pretty big deal too. Can Germany make privacy a big deal for the rest of Europe?
Germany gets to set the upcoming agenda for the EU Council, and we have a number of things we’d like them to work on in order to build a stronger, more democratic European community.
Being tracked everywhere you go — creepy or necessary?
Liberties members in 9 EU countries filed Freedom of Information requests to their national authorities regarding the new contact-tracing, symptom-tracking and quarantine-enforcing applications introduced to control the spread of Covid-19.
Many of us are OK with letting the government pause our freedoms temporarily, so long as this helps to stop the spread of coronavirus. But human rights also give us the tools to get our liberties back as soon as restrictions are no longer needed.
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.
Italy's new data retention law authorises the storage of phone and web data for up to 6 years, far beyond the timeframe allowed under the previous regulation.
Romania violated Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights by allowing a worker to be fired for using company internet for personal communication.
According to media reports, during recent anti-government demonstrations against judicial reforms in Poland, the police reportedly mounted surveillance of an opposition politician and two NGO activists. The Helsinki...
The two young men who shared a kiss on Facebook and became targets for hate speech did not receive any help from Lithuanian law enforcement officials - now their case has reached Strasbourg.