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Vietnam’s controversial new cybersecurity law took effect Tuesday, alarming free speech advocates. While the law has not been officially published, a copy of the draft, which was passed by the National Assembly on June 12, has been released by VNEconomy. This text indicates the provisions of the law, outlining the scope and the information that [...]

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The EU, along with the US and the UK called Tuesday for an investigation on into the Bangladesh elections that occurred on December 30. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina was re-elected to a third consecutive term, and her allies obtained greater than 90 percent of the seats in parliament. Opponents of Hasina believe that the elections [...]

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The Domestic Violence Act of 2018 went into effect in Ireland on Wednesday, which includes the offense of coercive control. The offense is committed when a person: knowingly and persistently engages in behaviour that- (a) is controlling or coercive, (b) has a serious effect on a relevant person, and (c) a reasonable person would consider [...]

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US Chief Justice John Roberts released the 2018 Year-End Report on the Federal Judiciary on Monday. The report discussed the importance of the relationship between federal judges and their clerks. It also reported an update on the Federal Judiciary Workplace Conduct Working Group, which was established to investigate inappropriate conduct in the workplace against clerks and [...]

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