Damning ECHR judgement puts future of Ukraine’s lustration law in question
The European Court of Human Rights has found that Ukraine violated the rights of five Ukrainians who were dismissed from their posts under the Government Cleansing (Lustration) Law because of their official posts under Yanukovych, or, in one case, in the Communist Party before 1991
The Landik vs. LB.ua case
Two representatives of Reporters without Borders consider whether the conflict between Party of the Regions MP Volodymyr Landik and the Internet publication Levy Bereg [LB.ua] is over divulging of personal information.
Analysis of the CCU Judgement regarding confidential information
Political-Legal Commentary on the Constitutional Court Judgement in response to a constitutional submission from the Zhashkiv District Council (Cherkasy region) asking for an official interpretation of Article 32 § 1, Article 34 § 2 of the Constitution.
SBU demands operator installs “bugs”
The mobile operator Intertelecom has stated that the Security Service [SBU] demanded that it install an automated system for intercepting information from communication channels
Sobering-up units violate the right to privacy
According to Volodymyr Yavorsky, Executive Director of the Ukrainian Helsinki Human Rights Union, “forced treatment, in the given case, against alcoholic inebriation, is not justified and is an unwarranted intrusion into a person’s private life
Banks prohibited from divulging confidential information about customers in arrears
The Ministry considers that debt collector firms should only be provided with the banks confidential information on the written request or consent of the debtor