Greece: new law and fines for NGOs

Without the permission of the Greek Coast Guard, NGOs are not allowed to rescue immigrants with the help of private boat owners – this is the main message of the new law passed by the Ministry of Immigration and Asylum. Violators face severe fines. The law establishes strict criteria for the participation of non-governmental organizations […]

Australia: banned cat walks

Australian cats have lost the opportunity to walk the streets and meet with partners – the authorities of the city of Knox, located near Melbourne, imposed a strict curfew for them. For this, according to the Daily Mail, the city authorities have good reason. Whatever one may say, cats are predators, and thus officials are […]

A fine of € 5,000 for a company sending advertising messages

The Office for Personal Data Protection charged a company with a fine of 5,000 euros for sending advertising messages without the consent of the recipients. As it became known, complaints about the company and its aggressive advertising policies were submitted to an independent body. Citizens complained that despite repeated requests to remove their details from […]

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