Nicholas Aiossa, Deputy Director of Transparency International – EU, discusses the bribery and money laundering scandal that’s shaken the European Parliament and how to clean up its ‘culture of impunity’.
Oiza Queens Day Obasuyi of CILD talks about the push to change Italy’s citizenship law, which deprives so many children who were born in Italy of citizenship. Now, with a right-wing government set to take power, the future is more uncertain than ever.
MEP Alexandra Geese and Eliska Pirkova of Access Now discuss the new EU Digital Services Act (DSA), landmark legislation to restore users’ rights and rein in the dangerous business practices of Big Tech.
European Ombudsman Emily O’Reilly on the secret meetings that shape EU laws - closed to the public, but open to lobbyists, giving Big Tech and others have the last word.
German MEP Sergey Lagodinsky on why the war in Ukraine and the results of the Hungarian elections make clear the urgent need to strengthen and safeguard rule of law and democracy within the EU.
Liberties' Senior Advocacy Officer Orsolya Reich answers the question of whether mandatory vaccinations schemes actually violate human rights.
Dutch MEP Paul Tang, Karolina Iwanska of the Panoptykon Foundation and Eva Simon from Liberties join Speechbag to detail the continuing abuse of internet users’ personal information by Big Tech.
What can we learn from Germany’s rush to create two coronavirus tracing apps? Quite a lot – but maybe not what you’d guess.
Matthew Caruana Galizia, the son of the murdered Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, goes in depth on the toll abusive lawsuits called SLAPPs have on journalists like his mother.
Jelle Klaas, Litigation Director at the Public Interest Litigation Project, discusses a current case he's litigating that could reshape police powers and stamp out the use of ethnic profiling.