ECHR case law on right to respect for private and family life, home and correspondence.
Court ruled that Bulgaria violates the European Convention of Human Rights when it comes to secret surveillance and accessing of communication data.
Europe’s top human rights court ruled that British mass surveillance and intelligence-gathering practices breached human rights laws.
The landmark decision, while powerful in declaring that UK mass interception powers are unlawful, imprudently bought into spy agency propaganda that suspicionless interception powers must be granted to ensure national security.
Germany's foreign intelligence agency (BND) screens hundreds of millions of emails annually. The European Court of Human Rights is now looking into this practice.
The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) dismissed the claim Privacy International and coalition of internet and communications service providers […]
Activist Alyona Popova and politician Vladimir Milov have lodged a complaint to the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) about […]
UK police who indefinitely retained in their records the DNA profile of a man convicted of drink-driving breached his human […]
The case originated in three applications against the Russian Federation lodged with the European Court of Human Rights (Court). The […]
On February 5, the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) announced that the Grand Chamber will reexamine two cases concerning […]