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INTRODUCTION : On January 20, 2016, the Court of Justice of the European Union (ECJ) issued a judgment on a reference for three preliminary rulings from the Italian Consiglio di Stato (Council of State, Italy). The ECJ clarifies about the legal status of instruments of the European Competition Network (ECN) and the relationship between applications… » read more

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LIMITED LIABILITY FOR FREE WI-FI ACCESS (CASE C-484/14, MC FADDEN V SONY MUSIC)   by Bernd Justin Jütte (Post PhD – University of Luxembourg) Post origanally published on the European Law Blog on March 31st 2016 under the following link: http://europeanlawblog.eu/?p=3155   The civil liability of intermediary service providers remains a hotly debated topic in… » read more

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The Essence of EU Fundamental Rights and their Global Reach Herwig C.H. Hofmann[1]   The CJEU ruling in Schrems v Data Protection Commissioner[2] will be subject to many discussions on constitutional matters for the time to come. It is a landmark case not only for clarifying and applying the basic conceptual understanding of fundamental rights… » read more

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The Robert Schuman Institute of European Affairs at the University of Luxembourg (RSIEA), inaugurated in April 2016, focuses on the interdisciplinary study of European affairs and the European Union. RSIEA’s objective is to encourage creative thinking – asking questions, collecting ideas and identifying issues, as well as developing proposals for further research and elaborating solutions… » read more

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