Mónika MERCZ: Privacy and Combatting Online Child Sexual Abuse – A Collision Course?

The European Data Protection Board (EDPB) and the European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS) adopted a Joint Opinion on the Proposal for a Regulation to prevent and...

Márton CSAPODI: Integration without control? The FCC has ruled on EU borrowing

On 6 December 2022, the German Federal Constitutional Court (FCC) ruled on a case affecting the whole of Europe, as it had to decide whether the EU Council’s Own...

James C. COOPER- John M. YUN: Competing For or Against Privacy? On Using Competition Law to Address Privacy Issues

In our digital economy, privacy has taken center stage. Given that spotlight, we have already seen regulatory intervention into markets with the EU’s GDPR and DMA....

István Üveges: Plain and/or Simple?

The Plain Language Movement and its Possibilities in Hungarian Legislation Introduction The Plain Language Movement (hereinafter: PLM) is a US-based initiative that can be seen as a field of research, a line of inquiry, a methodology, or even a branch of language...

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Kinga KÁLMÁN: Where is the ‘mushroom cloud’?

The PSPP decision’s perspective in one year of hindsight This July, the Polish Constitutional Tribunal ruled that the Court of Justice of the European Union (hereinafter “CJEU”) acted ultra-vires imposing the obligation on Poland to abolish the...

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Tamás István MANHERTZ: Tension or Attention?

On the relationship between the Hungarian Constitutional Court and the references for preliminary rulings We live in a turbulent era of constitutional justice in Europe, evidenced by the many debates that try to encapsulate the very essence and raison d’étre of...

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