Rare SLAPP cases to be made more difficult to treat

The EU Commission wants to curb the cross-border abuse of civil law instruments by companies and public bodies aimed at preventing unwelcome reporting and criticism. Yesterday, the Commission presented its plans for making cross-border intimidation suits (strategic lawsuits against public participation, SLAPP) at least somewhat more difficult in the future.

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