Tackling Fake News: To be continued

By |marec 12th, 2018|civil liberties, Digital Single Market, disinformation, fake news, freedom of expression, High Level Group on Fake news, News|

Fake news has been blamed for the election of Trump, the Brexit vote and the rise of populist parties in Europe. A High Level Expert Group (HLEG) on fake news has been set up by the European Commission to suggest how to address the problem. Žiga Turk, one of the members, shares his comments on their Final Report, released earlier today (March 12).

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Hungary’s actions speak louder than words

By |marec 9th, 2017|civil liberties, civil society, Fidesz, Hungary, News, NGOs, Viktor Orbán|

Civil society is an essential part of any functioning democracy. While Budapest talks of dialogue and free debate, its actions speak of a slide towards authoritarianism, writes Neil Campbell.

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‘Eroding civil liberties is recruiting tool for extremists,’ Parliament hears

By |marec 9th, 2017|Christian, civil liberties, Muslim, News, racial profiling, religious freedom, religious profiling, religious tolerance, terrorism, terrorism laws|

Curbs on civil liberties, both online and in everyday life, prove to be a “recruiting tool for extremists”, MEPs heard on Wednesday night (8 March), at a debate on combatting violent extremism and restoring citizenship.

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