Government rushes to appeals court as The Shift wins more FOI tribunal cases
Government entities this week rushed to the Court of
‘Access to information should be recognised as one of the main pillars sustaining media freedom’
Accessing information held by public authorities is not always
L-MTA f’battalja legali biex il-miljuni ta’ Ewro li nefqet f’avvenimenti dubjużi tipprova taħbihom
Read the article in English here. Permezz tal-Malta Tourism
MTA wages legal war to hide millions of euros disbursed in questionable event sponsorships
Tista’ taqra l-artiklu bil-Malti hawn. The government, through the
Appeals Tribunal rules in favour of international NGO, extends the right to information to non-residents
The Information and Data Protection Appeals Tribunal has ruled
10 more government ministries and bodies join effort to hide payments to Saviour Balzan
A further 10 government entities, including several ministries, have
The Shift’s FOI battle registered as ‘violation’ by press freedom watchdog
The unprecedented Freedom of Information (FOI) battle involving 30
The Shift launches fundraiser to help battle 30 appeals by government entities
The Shift has launched a fundraising campaign to help
PM blocks Data Commissioner’s investigation into Joseph Muscat’s golden handshake
An investigation by the Data Protection Commissioner into the
Joe Gerada, of FKK Acapulco fame, demands tribunal ban The Shift from asking questions
The former aide of disgraced ex-minister Chris Cardona, teacher-turned-lawyer
No comment from ARMS on IT company services linked to massive data leak
Local water and electricity services company ARMS Ltd has
Lands Leak: No apology from Minister on massive personal data breach
Minister Ian Borg, responsible for the Lands Authority, this

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