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Germany: Courts say President may call extreme right-wing xeno...

German President Joachim Gauck did not violate the Constitution when he called adherents of the ultra-right National Democratic Party of the Germany (NPD) "crazy" last year. The decision was made yesterday by the German Constitutional Court, to whom ... Romano Vodi, 1 month ago
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German Federal Court of Justice decides on deletion of unused domains and typosquatting

German law on internet domains is not codified in a uniform statutory law, but spans over a variety of legal areas such as trademark law, unfair competition law and naming rights and is strongly built on court decisions. Since the German Federal ...
 Lexology3 weeks ago
Reuters

Court allows German president to call far-right NPD 'nutcases'

Germany's president did not breach the constitution when he described a far-right party as "nutcases", the country's top court ruled on Tuesday. President Joachim Gauck used the term last year to refer to the National Democratic Party (NPD), widely ...
 Reuters1 month ago German court backs president over far-right 'nutcase' comment  EuroNews1 month ago German president can call far-right nutcases  Gulf Times1 month ago
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Volokh Conspiracy: A surprising part of federal law enforcement training

Maybe some of our readers already knew this, but I did not : [A]ll FBI academy trainees learn about the rise of Nazi Germany and the transformation of law enforcement into a tool of oppression. We send every one of our agents to the Holocaust ...
 Washington Post1 week ago
Deutsche Welle

High court rules in favor of German president

For the first time in the history of the Federal Republic of Germany, the country's highest court ruled on what a president is permitted and not permitted to say publicly. The case was brought by the far-right National Democratic Party (NPD). The ...
 Deutsche Welle1 month ago High court to decide what the president can say  Deutsche Welle1 month ago President Obama's Plan To "De-develop" America Shifts Into High Gear  Forbes.com1 month ago
New Europe

German Court Dismisses Far-Right Suit Vs President

Germany's highest court has thrown out a complaint by the country's biggest far-right party against President Joachim Gauck, who described protesters against a center for asylum seekers as "nutcases." The National Democratic Party argued Gauck ...
 ABC News1 month ago Top German court dismisses far-right party's suit against...  New Europe1 month ago

Caught between secrecy and censorship

- LAST Monday, the Supreme Court provided invaluable aid to the Obama administration's campaign to hide evidence of federal abuses from Americans. The court acceded to the administration's appeal and refused to hear a free-speech case involving New ...
 Pakistan Observer1 month ago
Stars and Stripes

NSA tracked email accounts of leading Muslim Americans, report says

News Wednesday that Germany is investigating new allegations that the United States bought secrets from a German official — the second such probe to become public in a week — delivered another blow to U.S.-German relations over what is now a ...
 Stars and Stripes2 weeks ago Opinion: German prosecutor worthy of praise  Deutsche Welle1 month ago Germany to Probe Tapping of Merkel's Phone  4 Traders1 month ago
New Europe

German court rejects far-right party's suit against president

Germany's highest court ruled on Tuesday that President Joachim Gauck did not exceed his authority by calling supporters of a far-right party "loonies", German media Der Spiegel and Focus reported. The case against Gauck was brought to Germany's ...
 China.org.cn1 month ago
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Courts address Africa's 2014 World Cup debacle

A week after Mario Götze broke millions of Brazilian hearts and sent all of Germany into a frenzy with his clinical extra-time match winner, Africa's World Cup contenders are picking up the pieces following yet another forgettable campaign.
 Legalbrief2 days ago
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