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The last year’s judgment of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) on the “right to be forgotten” (Google v. AEPD) was surprising, in part because it was...
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The Montenegrin Data Protection Agency recently joined the club of the authorities in Europe who have publicly taken a position on whether their national data protection laws apply to Facebook....
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The Serbian Commission for Protection of Competition has announced on its website that in the second week of July it had conducted its first dawn raid on several locations in Belgrade. The...
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The Serbian Commission for protection of Competition has circulated to the legal community for comments its proposal of a new decree on the content of merger notification (“Draft Merger Decree“)....
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The Serbian Whistleblowers Protection Act (“Whistleblower Act”), which applies from 5th of June, focuses on the protection of whistleblowers, by stipulating a number of safeguards that should encourage potential whistleblowers to report...
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News reports published in the second half of May 2015: “Drama of the legendary actor: Gaga Nikolić is fighting for his life!”; “The actor is in critical condition: Dragan Nikolić...
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In my last post, I reported on the on-going investigation into the 2012 acquisition of a 50% stake in the publishing house Politika newspapers and magazines. The buyer of a 50% stake...
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