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Is There a Protected Right to Access the Internet?

—Jason M. Tenenbaum, Barton LLP Much of the international discussion with regard to access rights to the Internet has focused on the idea of “network neutrality,” and not on whether the right to access the Internet itself is protected. On a domestic level, countries like France[1] and Greece[2] have already created constitutional provisions to protect

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Published on June 6, 2014
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Horizontality and the EU Charter

–Alison Young, Fellow and Tutor in law at Hertford College, University of Oxford [cross-posted from UK Constitutional Law Blog] Concerns are often raised as to the impact of EU’s human rights provisions in English law, particularly concerning the impact of the EU’s Charter of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms. How far does the Charter apply and, in particular,

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Published on January 29, 2014
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