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  • Amnesty International: France’s Project for Olympic Surveillance Violates Right to Privacy

    March 22, 2023

    Amnesty International Warns that Should France's Project of mass surveillance for the 2024 Olympic Games Passes it will violate the rights to privacy and can lead to violations of the rights to freedom of expression and peaceful assembly.

  • France to Regulate Social Media Influencers in the name of Protecting Consumers

    March 16, 2023

    The French government has taken notice of the power and market value of social media influencers whose global worth was over €15 billion in 2022, setting a plan to regulate their commercial work, placing them under the same rules as traditional media.

  • Turkey’s anti-Erdogan opposition vows a reset on EU and NATO

    March 15, 2023

    In the upcoming elections, Turkey’s opposition, led by Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu, is campaigning that should he take office, he can unfreeze European Union accession talks and will end Ankara’s veto on NATO membership for Sweden and Finland, as well as implement the European Court of Human Rights decisions calling for the release of two of Erdoğan’s best-known opponents.

  • Significant Expansion of Corporate Sustainability Reporting for Companies Active in the EU

    March 15, 2023

    Since coming into full force in January 2023, the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) has significantly expanded the existing EU regime for non-financial disclosure requirements currently governed by the Non-Financial Reporting Directive (NFRD), requiring large public and private companies with activities in the EU (including U.S. entities) to report on how their business model affects their sustainability, and on how external sustainability factors influence their activities.

  • Biden splits EU’s top ranks over China

    March 15, 2023

    As pressure mounts from U.S. President Joe Biden to take a more aggressive stance towards China, a split is emerging amongst European Union leaders over the bloc’s policy towards Beijing with Commission President Ursula von der Leyen siding with Washington, while Council chief Charles Michel wants to avoid confrontation.

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