Monthly Archives: February 2020

First Assembly of the Global Committee for the Rule of Law

First Assembly of the Global Committee for the Rule of Law

FIRST ASSEMBLY OF THE GLOBAL COMMITTEE FOR THE RULE OF LAW “MARCO PANNELLA” Palermo, February 29 – March 1, 2020 Palazzo dei Normanni, Piazza Indipendenza PROGRAMME The first plenary meeting of the Global Committee for the Rule of Law "Marco Pannella" will be held at the Palazzo dei Normanni of the Sicilian Regional Assembly on February 29th and March 1st.

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Algorithms in the welfare state and justice system

Algorithms in the welfare state and justice system

The adoption of systems of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a very topical issue, which is having a profound impact on our society and our lives. As reported by the article of the New York Times “Freedom that Hangs on Algorithms”, the use of AI tools in the areas of justice and public security is becoming more and more widespread among

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EU’s ‘privileged trade scheme’ suspension with Cambodia is a blessing in disguise

EU’s ‘privileged trade scheme’ suspension with Cambodia is a blessing in disguise

I would like to convey to the European Union the following message: There are responsible and foresighted Cambodian leaders from all political affiliations who understand that the partial suspension of the EU’s trade privilege scheme known as “Everything But Arms” (EBA) is a blessing in disguise in that it represents a powerful call for reform. Cambodia has enjoyed EBA status

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The New York Times: freedom that hangs on algorithms

The New York Times: freedom that hangs on algorithms

9 February 2020, by Cade Metz and Adam Satariano Criminal justice authorities use software to determine sentences and probation. Darnell Gates sat at a long table in a downtown Philadelphia office building. He wore a black T-shirt with “California” in bright yellow letters on the chest. He had never been to the state, but he hoped to visit family there

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A letter from Ivan Simonovis to the White House

A letter from Ivan Simonovis to the White House

Ivan Simonovis, who served for years as police chief and law enforcement agencies official in Venezuela, has been political prisoner for more than 14 years, as he was accused by the Chavez regime and corrupted jurisdictional system (basically, the Supreme Court of Justice chaired by Maikel Moreno) not to be “loyal” to the bolivarian “revolution”. Now he serves as special

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