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Taipei, Jan. 23 (CNA) President Ma Ying-jeou said on World Freedom Day Wednesday that his administration will continue dialogue and engagement with China in the hope that the two sides can find a peaceful solution to their political disputes.
In most cases, however, these measures have either been quashed by the government or parliament, or struck down by the Supreme Court. Israeli politics have also been roiled by an escalating controversy over the role of ultra-Orthodox Jews and their
As you might be aware, there are Milwaukee cops who have committed illegal and unconstitutional cavity searches on the streets of Milwaukee. All in the name of the War on Drugs, of course. Well, this isn't much of a surprise, there are
When it comes to democratization, the Caucasus and Central Asia are headed in different directions. Countries and territories in the Caucasus received better grades on political and civil rights over the past year, while Central Asia reinforced its
Sues New Hampshire Over Ed Tax Credits A lawsuit has been filed jointly by the American Civil Liberties Union, Americans United for Separation of Church and State and the New Hampshire Civil Liberties Union against a new law that could give
09 January, 2013, 14:55 Reuters/Chris Morgan/Idaho National Laboratory An intelligence bill has put the frighteners on EU citizens as it allows the US access to their personal data stored in internet clouds like those used on Facebook and Google.
web snooping and civil liberties 8 January 2013 Last updated at 05:59 ET The incoming coalition government vowed to reverse what it described as the "erosion of civil liberties" and it went on to scrap ID cards...Julian Huppert for the Liberal
35 The US should not lecture other countries while Washington is unable to protect the civil liberties of its own citizens, American blogger Kevin Gosztola said in an interview with RT...Kevin Gosztola : For the most part, the reason why we are not
Dec 29, 2012 As the larger part of American culture seems ready to surrender its claim to privacy without question, organizations such as the Electronic Frontier Foundation are riding like Paul Revere through the digital Massachusetts night. In an
The past year saw setbacks and advances in efforts to update privacy rules for the digital age, but consumers, officials and the media have at least begun to set down some clear minimum standards. Their collective rebukes repeatedly chastened those