31 December 2004
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EU: What price data protection when the “principle of availability takes over from the “notion of privacy”?
Germany: Internet providers to intercept customers
UK: BMA warns that “ethnic weapons” are approaching reality
UK: Identity Card Bill being rushed through parliament
Germany: Big Brother Awards 20004
EU: Laws on Joint Investigation Teams (JITs) in a mess
Spain: Aznar government backed Venezuela coup
EU: Battle groups plan adopted
Greece: Conscientious objector imprisoned
UK: Deaths in custody - “We are sending people to die”
Germany: Privatisation, outbreaks and prisons for the elderly
Spain: ECHR - torture claims not effectively investigated
UK: Nafis crashes
UK: Tasers for firearms officers
UK: “45 Minutes Mr B-Liar”
UK: Morris reports finds bias against black and Asian officers”
France: Use of firearms and “less-lethal” weapons by police
Germany: Far-right unites as state attacks anti-fascists
UK: BNP leaders arrested
Germany: Kaplan arrested after premature deportation to Turkey
Spain: Immigration deaths
UK: Government to bolster CSOs and ASBOs
Netherlands: Religious violence and anti-terrorist measures after the murder of Theo van Gogh
France: Police brutality escapes punishment
EU: Attacking the citizens’ right of access to documents?
Northern Ireland: The death of Annie Kelly
Viewpoint: Does the EU need a “Fundamental Rights Agency”?
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