ECtHR refers to SLAPPs, says public authorities can’t justify defamation claims against media
In a landmark decision related to a civil defamation
Judge Mintoff’s agricultural leases ruling may be ‘ripe for an embarrassing appeal’
The judgement delivered by Judge Lawrence Mintoff in the
Court records law under spotlight of six international press freedom NGOs
Pressure continues to grow on the government to scrap
Legal experts slam ‘reprehensible’ new law on court judgements
Two legal experts condemned as “wholly reprehensible” a new
Police force refuses to disclose regulations on body camera use
The police force has refused to disclose a copy
‘Use of body cameras by the police can interfere in right to privacy’ – Giovanni Bonello
Five months after the government announced that police officers
ECHR finds Russia failed to investigate assassination of journalist Natalia Estemirova
The European Court of Human Rights has ruled that
Former European Court Judge Giovanni Bonello slams the Attorney General’s track record
Former judge at the European Court of Human Rights
We want press freedom but we also want to spy on the press
While the UK Foreign Office hosted a Global Conference
European Court of Human Rights slams Azerbaijan’s treatment of journalist
The European Court of Human Rights has today ruled
Speaker’s ruling ‘unilateral censorship of free press’ – Repubblika
Civil society organisation Repubblika expressed it solidarity with The
ECHR notes Azeri government’s ‘troubling pattern’ of silencing critics
The European Court of Human Rights ordered the Azerbaijan

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