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Should we make streaming websites illegal?

Ann-Sophie Butenschön University of Hamburg We all know this feeling: Some good show nearly comes to an end, but a friend of yours says that one more season exists and is out there waiting for you. You’re searching through massive online archives of shows, movies and podcasts because nearly everything is available after a few

By |December 8th, 2018|Categories: Posts from Students|0 Comments

Malta’s Blockchain Legislation: widening one’s horizons or moving forward with uncertainty?

Jake Camilleri University of Malta As of the 22nd May 2018, the government of Malta published three bills concerning the regulation of blockchain-based technology within the island. These are as follows, enacted on the 1st November 2018 as Chapters 590 - 592 , Laws of Malta: The Innovative Technology Arrangements and Services Act(ITAS), The Virtual

By |December 2nd, 2018|Categories: Posts from Students|0 Comments

Surrogate motherhood in the legislation of the Czech Republic

Dita Ševčíková Masaryk University in Brno, Czech Republic As a result of the social development, the issue of the right to life is discussed very often also in connection with the freedom of choice and the right to self-determination. However, the topics like artificial insemination or surrogacy are very controversial and the legislation about them is in each

By |December 1st, 2018|Categories: Posts from Students|0 Comments

Prohibition of trading on Sunday in Poland

by Monika Maria Cwalińska, University of Bialystok In Poland, on 1st  March 2018  the act“on limiting trade on Sundays and public holidays and on certain other days” entered into force. According to it’s content, on Sundays and holidays in trade outlets, trading and performing activities related to trade as well as entrusting the employee or

By |April 14th, 2018|Categories: Posts from Students|0 Comments

A life time prison sentence for street racing with deadly consequences

Momme Rasmussen Georg-August-Universität Göttingen It was the beginning of 2017, when a verdict in Germany attracted a lot of attention, not only inside the legal community but also in the general public. On February 1st of 2016, two men, aged 24 and 26, were speeding through the center of Berlin, it was around midnight. They

By |January 26th, 2018|Categories: Posts from Students|0 Comments

Changes in Polish abortion law?

Joanna Ryłko Faculty of Law, University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland, Erasmus student at Faculty of Law in Maribor contact: rylko.asia@gmail.com Introduction Currently in Poland, abortion is allowed only in three narrowly proscribed categories of cases. They are enumerated in the Act of family planning, protection or the human foetus and conditions for the admissibility

By |January 25th, 2018|Categories: Posts from Students|0 Comments

Serbian way to EU

Milica Vuksanović, University Singidunum, Faculty of health, legal and business sciences , Serbia   The European Union is a community of 28 countries in Europe with a population of 508.2 million. Serbia is in Europe but not a member of the European Union. To all governments since 2000, one of the biggest priorities was to

By |January 25th, 2018|Categories: Posts from Students|0 Comments

Is it legal to use a VPN in China?

Wei Liu Wu Universidad Camilo José Cela, Spain By the time people are more interested about the red social. At least if you are trying to look at Twitter, Facebook, Google or virtually any other large non-chinese site. For years, the only way to get to such services has been with a virtual private network,

By |January 24th, 2018|Categories: Posts from Students|0 Comments

Vetting process of a corrupt judiciary in Albania

Kledian Ibra Fakulteti i Drejtesise, Universiteti i Tiranes The proposal to develop the judiciary veto process in Albania is domestic production and innovative effort to resolve a rule of law dilemma. A serious and transparent re-evaluation process will not only improve the rule of law in Albania, but it will also provide the basis for

By |January 11th, 2018|Categories: Posts from Students|0 Comments

The first try of the new French president to redress the structural unemployment

Justine Le Ménélec, University of Tours, France The revisions of the labour law in France continue for years. It took a specific importance for the French people, due to the maintenance of the structural unemployment. These revisions mobilize politics, administrations, and unions, without any results. In this post, I will try to show how Emmanuel

By |January 10th, 2018|Categories: Posts from Students|0 Comments

Corruption within the judicial system as a threat to the Croatian national security

Stjepan Lebo Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek, Faculty of Law The Croatian community was shocked, when in 2016. the Security and Intelligence Agency published their report in which it noted: “Corruption in public administration, public and state institutions and public companies is the most significant challenge for the Republic of Croatia, which also threatens

By |January 10th, 2018|Categories: Posts from Students|0 Comments

The New Industrial Property Code in Turkey

Selin ÇEKİÇ Postgraduate Student at Faculty of Law, Istanbul University, Turkey Erasmus student at Faculty of Law in University of Maribor, Slovenia The new Turkish Industiral Property Code (no. 6769) entered into force on January 10, 2017. The new Code united and replaced the Decree Laws on Trademark and Service Marks, Patents and Utility Models, Industrial

By |January 8th, 2018|Categories: Posts from Students|0 Comments