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· March, 2008

Stories about Law from March, 2008

31 March 2008

Slovakia: Newspapers Protest Imposition of Interactivity

Czech Republic: Micro-Fee vs “Micro-Bribe”

Bulgaria: Against Internet “Bugging”

This year, the Bulgarian government has issued a decree, which, among other things, allows the security services to gather from each internet user the data about who they have written...

Nepal: Law enforcement

Trinidad & Tobago: A Woman Scorned

30 March 2008

Lebanon: On censorship

Brazil: Blogs banned from the 2008 elections

Brazil is warming up for local elections later this year, but the Supreme Electoral Court has just passed regulations that have raised eye-brows throughout the blogosphere: only candidates' purpose-built web...

Belarus: Freedom Day Protest

On Tuesday, March 25, police broke up an opposition rally in the capital of Belarus, beating protesters with truncheons and detaining dozens of people. Veronica Khokhlova translates two bloggers' first-hand...

29 March 2008

Bahrain: Blogger in Jail for Four Months

Bahraini blogger and human rights activist Abdulla Mohsen (Ar) has been behind bars for more than four months, according to Nido, who calls upon bloggers and online activists to show...

Saudi Arabia: Diplomatic Quarter Nightmare

Ukraine, Poland: Tusk Visits Kyiv

Russia: A Scam

Romania: Corruption