The Commission must speak out on the legality and necessity of budget conditionality and take immediate action to enforce the Regulation, as urged by the Parliament.
Yes, our right to free speech absolutely exists online. But there is serious debate about how to regulate our freedom of speech in the online sphere, particularly on social media.
The European Parliament has a unique opportunity to set the course toward the right direction and to dismantle walled gardens built by Big Tech that hold too much control over individuals’ digital rights.
In this tracker, the Civil Liberties Union for Europe collects the most important developments around COVID-19 passes, with a special emphasis on human rights concerns.
Marginalization occurs when a person or groups of people are less able to do things or access basic services or opportunities. But we have the power to create a freer, more just society.
A court order finally allowed Kaunas Pride to take place, after the municipal government repeatedly refused to approve organizers' plans.
What can we learn from Germany’s rush to create two coronavirus tracing apps? Quite a lot – but maybe not what you’d guess.
Saving face was more important to German policymakers than protecting personal data or ensuring transparency in the fight against the pandemic, as shown by a new study that investigated the mismanagement of rival local contact tracing apps.
Misinformation and disinformation are two terms that are often used interchangeably. But although they both pose certain dangers to society, they are not the same thing.
The Advocate General of the Court of Justice of the European Union delivered his opinion on using upload filters by online platforms, such as Facebook or Youtube to protect copyright.