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· January, 2011

Stories about Law from January, 2011

29 January 2011

Egypt: Government Thugs involved in Looting, Lawlessness

The world continues to watch the fast paced developments in Egypt, now on its fifth day of demonstrations against the 30-year rule of president Hosni Mubarak. Despite the Internet block...

Bangladesh: How Much For The Desk Clerk?

Brazil: Ministry of Culture abandons Creative Commons

Brazilian Minister of Culture's decision to remove a Creative Commons license from its website provoked all sorts of reactions on social networks and among bloggers. It is the first instance...

Czech Republic: The Czech Roma During the Holocaust

Romania: Accession to the Schengen Zone

Serbia, Kosovo: Comment on Dick Marty's Report

Hungary: New Media Law To Be Modified?

Hungary: Filtering Foreign Media Content?

Albania: Anti-Government Protest in Tirana

Czech Republic: Lawyers Uncertain About Ukrainian Politician's Right to Asylum

Bulgaria: Sofia's Sugar Factory Tragedy

28 January 2011

Ukraine: The Newest Euro 2012 Scandal

Poland: Blogger Prosecuted for Criticizing Local Mayor

Jakub Górnicki writes about the case of Łukasz Kaprowicz, a Polish journalist and blogger who was sued for defamation after he had criticized the mayor of the town of Mosina...

India: The Great TriValley University Scam

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