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Careful with ‘liking’?
‘Like’ – the symbol of a thumb raised with the words ‘I like it!’ – has revolutionized social media. Expressing emotions on the web has never been as easy as it is now – all you need is just one click. Not surprisingly, the average use of this button on websites is several billion a [...]

Changes are coming to the European law on personal data protection – time for penalties and child protection!
The European Parliament reports the ongoing talks on Tuesday have brought a "strong compromise" with the Council concerning the work on the high level of protection of personal data. This work relates to regulations and directives, which will be the subject of a vote in the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs. What [...]

Un(safe) harbor?
The judgement of the Court of Justice of 6 October 2015 (case No C-362/14) on the “Safe Harbor ” program still resounds. We provided the background for this case earlier on our blog when the Court initiated the procedure.The Safe Harbor program was developed between the US Trade Department and the European Commission to enable certified [...]

The Court of Justice and Edward Snowden's revelations
On March 24, 2015 the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) commenced proceedings in the case of Maximillian Schrems against a local Irish Data Protection Commissioner (file no. C-362/14) who refused to consider a complaint by Mr. Schrems concerning activities of the Irish branch of Facebook. The case has been given wide media [...]

The case of Prof. Ewa Łętowska's avatar – identify theft on Facebook
Prof. Ewa Łętowska does not have to be introduced in detail. The first Polish Ombudsman, a judge on the Supreme Administrative Court and the Constitutional Tribunal. A few months ago Facebook saw the emergence of profiles of Prof. Łętowska that presented her, as an enthusiast of music by Zdzisława Sośnicka, organizer of galas and concerts [...]

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