31 December 2000
Cover story: UK/EU/G8: The "Agencies" demand: - every phone call - every mobile phone-call - every fax - every e-mail - every website - every web page visited/downloaded - from anywhere - by everyone - is recorded, archived and is accessible for all least seven years: in "a safe and free society" everyone is a "suspect"
UK/EU/G8: "in a safe and free society" everyone is a "suspect"
France: Medical records seized at drug treatment centre
Switzerland: Big Brother Awards
Germany: Asylum seeker threatened with deportation without court hearing
Austria: Pilots responsible for deportation deaths?
Italy: Judge questions constitutionality of immigration law
Netherlands: CCTV getting more and more "popular"
UK: "Shocking" CPS decision allows officers to escape charges
Germany: Token sentences in migrant death case
UK: Far right-loyalist links strengthened
UK: "Shut YOIs" call as racist killer is jailed for life
UK: Raid on Blantyre House "unjustified"
EU: JHA Council, 30.11.00-1.12.00
Czech Republic/Denmark: Jailed Danish youth bailed
UK: Hillsborough Trial: A case to answer
EU: Where now for accountability in the EU? Access to Europol annual report denied and Schengen annual reports discontinued
EU: Too much information creates confusion: The European Parliament report on access to documents, the Council’s draft common position and Germany takes the lead in opposing openness
Essay by Aidan White, General Secretary of the European Federation of Journalists
CoE "cybercrime" convention: legitimising internet surveillance
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