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Russia court rules US journalist Evan Gershkovich to be tried in secret

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The Sverdlovsky Regional Court on Monday declared that the trial of American journalist Evan Gershkovich will be held behind closed doors. As released by the court and reported by TASS, the first session will take place on June 26. Gershkovich, a Wall Street Journal reporter, was detained in March 2023 on charges of espionage.

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UK Supreme Court rules oil well development unlawful

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The UK Supreme Court held Thursday that Surrey’s planning authorities acted unlawfully when granting planning permission for an oil well development in 2019. The court ruled that the authorities should have considered certain environmental impacts when making the decision.

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UK High Court rules that government climate strategy is inadequate and unlawful

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The UK High Court ruled Friday that the Government’s climate strategy is inadequate and therefore violates the UK Climate Change Act 2008. The ruling comes nearly two years after a previous High Court judgment ordered the Government to strengthen its net zero strategy to bring it in line with the Climate Change Act.

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UK Supreme Court rules trade union laws breach human rights

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The UK Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that part of the UK’s trade union laws are incompatible with the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR). Regarding this issue, the court held Section 146 of TULRCA to be incompatible with Article 11. The Supreme Court disagreed with this. Rogue bosses won’t like it one bit.

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Canada Supreme Court rules IP address privacy warrants constitutional protection

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The Supreme Court of Canada ruled 5-4 on Friday that Canada’s Constitution protects Canadians’ internet protocol (IP) addresses from unreasonable search. In 2018, the European Court of Justice was similarly tasked with considering whether IP addresses constitute personal data in Benedik v Slovenia.

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Ireland High Court rules UK not safe for asylum applicants due to Rwanda plan

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The Irish High Court ruled Friday that a decision made by the country’s Minister for Justice in 2020 to declare the UK a “safe country” to send asylum seekers back to during processing was “unlawful as a matter of EU law.” The UK has yet to respond to the ruling.

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“Supreme Court rules against Coinbase in arbitration dispute”

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“Supreme Court rules against Coinbase in arbitration dispute”: Alex Swoyer of The Washington Times has this report. The post “Supreme Court rules against Coinbase in arbitration dispute” appeared first on How Appealing.