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The supreme court of E.U. judges in the Global Takedown case against Facebook

wife. Glawischnig-Piesczek did not respond to comment requests. The decision highlights an increasing gap between the United States and Europe in regulating the technology industry. Europe has adopted stricter data protection, antitrust, copyright and content reduction policies, while the United States has traditionally taken a more straightforward approach. However, as Europe has adopted stricter guidelines, courts are asked to clarify …

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Brexit: Britain has a brilliant method of appointing Supreme Court judges

The UK Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that the government of Prime Minister Boris Johnson acted unlawfully when it "announced" the parliament. This process temporarily suspends Parliament and prevents the adoption of laws. (Technically, the power to spread the parliament lies with the queen, but as the court said, the queen's consent is "a formality.") R against the prime minister – …

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Spain's Supreme Court Rules Dictator's Remains Can Be Moved From Mausoleum: NPR

The Valley of the Fallen, outside Madrid, includes gene. Francisco Franco's tomb.                                                                            Philippe Desmazes / AFP / Getty Images                                       hide caption toggle caption Philippe Desmazes / AFP / Getty Images               The Valley of the Fallen, outside Madrid, includes gene. Francisco Franco's tomb. Philippe Desmazes / AFP / Getty Images                       The Supreme …

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Supreme Court: The suspension of parliament was illegal, judges decide

Media playback is not supported on your device. Media Title The Supreme Court declared "Parliament was not promulgated". Boris Johnson's decision to suspend the parliament was unlawful. The Supreme Court has ruled. Mr. Johnson suspended Parliament for five weeks earlier this month – or canceled it for five weeks – but the court said it was wrong to prevent MPs …

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Parliament: Government "will abide by the judgment of the Supreme Court"

The government will comply with the Supreme Court's decision to suspend the parliament if the verdict is pronounced this week, saying the Foreign Minister said he did not want to "pull the levers out" of the position United Kingdom weakens. The decision as to whether the Prorogue decision is unlawful is due this week. Jeremy Corbyn said he will work …

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Live: Boris Johnson's suspension proceedings against parliament reached the last day before the Supreme Court

The court heard of Ronan Lavery QC speaking on behalf of the Northern Irish victim Raymond McCord – but Lavery certainly had a nightmare. Lavery spent most of his time talking about the impact of Brexit consensus on Northern Ireland – what the hearing is definitely not about. Lady Hale, the President of the Tribunal, interrupted her in a slightly …

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Supreme Court: Trump's fight for "unified executive" and the CFPB

On Tuesday, the Trump administration called on the Supreme Court to file a lawsuit against the leadership structure of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) – on the same page as the people who are suing the government in a major constitutional dispute. The government essentially threw in the towel in the challenge to consumer protection initiated by Senator and …

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Supreme Court: Parliament's suspension battle begins on the second day

Copyright Reuters / PA Media Caption Activist Gina Miller and SNP MP Joanna Cherry have both instituted proceedings against the permit The dispute over the legality of Boris Johnson's decision to suspend the parliament will later be returned to the Supreme Court for a second day. The Prime Minister suspended the parliament for five weeks earlier this month – or …

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The Trump government calls on the Supreme Court to face the challenge of the consumer bureau

The Trump Administration and Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) on Tuesday called on the Supreme Court to bring an action against the constitutionality of the agency. The Supreme Department of Justice and CFPB lawyers argued in a brief lawsuit filed on Tuesday that the structure of the powerful financial guardian violated the executive power of the president. The lawyers urged …

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