The Council of the EU has classified its own reaction to a landmark ruling on transparency by the EU-court in Luxembourg. The Court said citizens have a right to know.
Business interests were given confidential documents on trade talks, whilst the very same documents were refused to a lobbyist watchdog and the public.
Danish journalists’ magazine Journalisten.dk has an interesting take on the debate
Access to documents and freedom for social media might get legal protection in new data privacy rules after all. But lawmakers still have a long way to go.