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You might have noticed that despite my promises there was no update on the blog this week. I have several unfinished posts and a bunch of excuses that I will not bother you with.

So, no promises this time. Let’s all just accept whatever might come. Like these readings now to finish off your Sundays.

ISIS Was Born In An American Detention Facility (And It Wasn’t Gitmo)

This is equal parts interesting and disturbing.

Julian Assange and the UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention

This was pretty big news this week, with people speculating whether it has any implications for another issue of a similar nature. You know which one. 

What you need to know about the trial of former Cote D’Ivoire President Laurent Gbagbo

It is a very important ongoing case at the International Criminal Court, expected to set more than one precedents as it proceeds. 

Greater clarity on intermediary liability may not be a win for free expression online

There were two recent cases of the European Court of Human Rights concerning a similar matter, but resulting in different conclusions. One against Estonia, the other one against Hungary. This one is about the differences.

Simon v. Republic of Hungary—Summary in Brief

Another legal case in which Hungary is involved. It is before the US courts and goes way back in time.

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