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An Albanian who flew a drone carrying a nationalist flag over a football match against Serbia last year, sparking violence, has been arrested in possession of illegal arms ahead of another game between the two countries, police said Wednesday.
The United States said Tuesday that a decision by the European Court of Justice invalidating a key transatlantic data-sharing agreement endangers digital trade between the United States and Europe.
The United States said Tuesday that a decision by the European Court of Justice invalidating a key transatlantic data-sharing agreement endangers digital trade between the US and Europe.
The European Union's top court ruled Tuesday that countries can ban prisoners from voting in elections if they have been convicted of a serious crime, in a case Britain was watching closely.
America's most-wanted whistleblower Edward Snowden on Tuesday hailed the EU's top court's decision to strike down a transatlantic data deal used by companies like Facebook to send citizens' personal data to the US.
Ireland said it planned to investigate the transfer of data from European Facebook users to the United States, after an EU court ruled Tuesday that national supervisory bodies have the power to do so.
Britain is right to check whether citizens of other EU countries are lawful residents before awarding them child benefits, the advocate general to the European Court of Justice said Tuesday in a boost for David Cameron's referendum negotiations.
Few in America's Silicon Valley could have predicted that a young Austrian law graduate who spent a semester studying there would one day become high-tech companies' worst nightmare.
The EU top court's decision to strike down a transatlantic data sharing deal relied on by companies such as Facebook sends a "strong signal for fundamental rights protection in Europe," Germany's justice minister said Tuesday.
Facebook urged the EU and US to find a quick solution after Europe's top court struck down a key transatlantic data sharing deal that is relied on by the social media giant and other big firms.
Facebook and other Internet giants could be barred from sending European citizens' personal information to the US after the EU's top court on Tuesday struck down a key transatlantic data deal in the wake of the Edward Snowden scandal.
The EU's top court is set to rule Tuesday on a transatlantic data deal, relied on by companies such as Facebook, a judgement that could see it declared invalid given spying revelations in the Edward Snowden scandal.
The EU's top court ruled Thursday that Dutch brothel owners must share a language with the sex workers who display their wares in the shop windows of Amsterdam's notorious red-light district.
Sportswear giant Lacoste won EU court backing on Wednesday to block a Polish competitor from snapping up a variant of the crocodile logo it upheld as the French firm's trademark.
The Academy of European Law in Trier, Germany is looking for a Project Lawyer in European Criminal Law (f/m) with an excellent knowledge of EU law and special expertise in European criminal and Human Rights law.
For September 2015, the European Commission has taken 115 decisions of which the key ones are presented below and grouped by policy area (including 13 reasoned opinions and 3 referrals to the Court of Justice of the European Union).
An EU operation against migrant traffickers in the Mediterranean which will allow for arrests in international waters will begin on October 7, the bloc's foreign affairs chief said on Thursday.
The European Union has referred Malta to the bloc's top court over the controversial tradition of hunting birds migrating across the Mediterranean every spring, officials said on Thursday.
Slovakia's leftist Prime Minister Robert Fico said Wednesday his country would take legal action to dispute mandatory quotas adopted by the European Union to relocate 120,000 refugees amid an unprecedented migrant crisis.
A major data-sharing deal between the EU and US is 'invalid' given the spying revelations in the Edward Snowden scandal, the top EU court's main legal advisor said Wednesday in a case brought against Facebook.