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19 December, 2012

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Austrian Constitutional Court has reservations against data retention and turns to the CJEU (18.12.2012)
http://www.vfgh.gv.at/cms/vfgh-site/attachments/2/7/9/CH0003/CMS135581...

"Voluntary enforcement" vs legal restrictions - what rules apply? (11.12.2012)
http://edri.org/restrictions

During the past two weeks, EDRi participated in video-conferences organised by European Commission representatives in Dubai. We followed the negotiations on the draft International telecommunications regulations (ITRs), asked questions about the developments, submitted our analysis to the Commission and reported in a blogpost here:
http://www.edri.org/WCIT-askthecom

UK: Social media guidelines for prosecutors welcomed but practical application remains to be seen (19.12.2012)
http://www.article19.org/resources.php/resource/3569/en/uk:-social-med...

Dear Facebook: Without the Commons, We Lose the Sharing Web (14.12.2012)
http://www.wired.com/opinion/2012/12/creative-commons-and-sharing-web/

ULD issues orders against Facebook because of mandatory real names (17.12.2012)
https://www.datenschutzzentrum.de/presse/20121217-facebook-real-names....

Code of EU Online Rights (17.12.2012)
https://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/en/code-eu-online-rights

 

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