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   EGMR, 10.10.2002 - 38719/97   

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  • EGMR, 28.01.2003 - 44647/98

    PECK c. ROYAUME-UNI

    The Court has noted above the reasons why it considered the interference with the applicant's private life to be a serious one and the personal consequences for the applicant of the wide dissemination of the footage, together with the absence of any effective remedy in these respects (on this latter point, see D.P. and J.C. v. the United Kingdom, no. 38719/97, § 142, 10 October 2002).
  • EGMR, 19.07.2011 - 52442/09

    DURDEVIC v. CROATIA

    To that end they are to maintain and apply in practice an adequate legal framework affording protection against acts of violence by private individuals (see X and Y, cited above, §§ 22 and 23; Costello-Roberts v. the United Kingdom, 25 March 1993, § 36, Series A no. 247-C; D.P. and J.C. v. the United Kingdom, no. 38719/97, § 118, 10 October 2002; M.C. v. Bulgaria, no. 39272/98, §§ 150 and 152, ECHR 2003-XII; Bevacqua and S. v. Bulgaria, no. 71127/01, § 65, 12 June 2008; and Sandra Jankovic, cited above, § 45).
  • EGMR, 01.07.2014 - 41694/07

    ISAKOVIC VIDOVIC v. SERBIA

    To that end they are to maintain and apply in practice an adequate legal framework affording protection against acts of violence by private individuals (see X and Y v. the Netherlands, cited above, §§ 22 and 23; Costello-Roberts v. the United Kingdom, 25 March 1993, § 36, Series A no. 247-C; D.P. and J.C. v. the United Kingdom, no. 38719/97, § 118, 10 October 2002; M.C. v. Bulgaria, cited above, §§ 150 and 152; and Sandra Jankovic, cited above, § 45, 5 March 2009).
  • EGMR, 14.10.2010 - 55164/08

    A v. CROATIA

    To that end they are to maintain and apply in practice an adequate legal framework affording protection against acts of violence by private individuals (see X and Y, cited above, §§ 22 and 23; Costello-Roberts v. the United Kingdom, 25 March 1993, § 36, Series A no. 247-C; D.P. and J.C. v. the United Kingdom, no. 38719/97, § 118, 10 October 2002; M.C. v. Bulgaria, no. 39272/98, §§ 150 and 152, ECHR 2003-XII; Bevacqua and S. v. Bulgaria, no. 71127/01, § 65, 12 June 2008; and Sandra Jankovic, cited above, § 45).
  • EGMR, 26.10.2004 - 44093/98

    CELIK AND IMRET v. TURKEY

    Accordingly, the applicant's complaint under Article 3 raised an arguable claim of a violation of the Convention for purposes of Article 13 (see D.P. and J.C. v. the United Kingdom, no. 38719/97, § 136, 10 October 2002).
  • EGMR, 11.12.2012 - 29525/10

    REMETIN v. CROATIA

    To that end they are to maintain and apply in practice an adequate legal framework affording protection against acts of violence by private individuals (see X and Y v. the Netherlands, cited above, §§ 22 and 23; Costello-Roberts v. the United Kingdom, 25 March 1993, § 36, Series A no. 247-C; D.P. and J.C. v. the United Kingdom, no. 38719/97, § 118, 10 October 2002; M.C. v. Bulgaria, cited above, §§ 150 and 152; Bevacqua and S. v. Bulgaria, no. 71127/01, § 65, 12 June 2008; and Sandra Jankovic, cited above, § 45).
  • EGMR, 23.06.2015 - 23001/08

    MATIC AND POLONIA DOO v. SERBIA

    The last "effective remedy" pursued by the first applicant was therefore the appeal lodged with the Ministry of Finance (see, for example, INTERDNESTRCOM v. the Republic of Moldova (dec.), no. 48814/06, § 33, 13 March 2012; and D.P. and J.C. v. the United Kingdom (dec.), no. 38719/97, 26 June 2001).
  • EGMR, 26.07.2011 - 9718/03

    GEORGEL AND GEORGETA STOICESCU v. ROMANIA

    The Court has previously held, in various contexts, that the concept of private life includes a person's physical and psychological integrity and that the States have a positive obligation to prevent breaches of the physical and moral integrity of an individual by other persons when the authorities knew or ought to have known of those breaches (see X and Y v. the Netherlands, cited above, §§ 22 and 23; Costello-Roberts v. the United Kingdom, no. 38719/97, § 118, 10 October 2002; and M.C. v. Bulgaria, no. 39272/98, §§ 73 and 149, ECHR 2003-XII,).
  • EGMR, 30.11.2010 - 2660/03

    HAJDUOVA v. SLOVAKIA

    To that end they are to maintain and apply in practice an adequate legal framework affording protection against acts of violence by private individuals (see X and Y v. the Netherlands, cited above, §§ 22 and 23; Costello-Roberts v. the United Kingdom, 25 March 1993, § 36, Series A no. 247-C; D.P. and J.C. v. the United Kingdom, no. 38719/97, § 118, 10 October 2002 and M.C. v. Bulgaria, no. 39272/98, §§ 150 and 152, ECHR 2003-XII, and most recently the Court's judgment in the case of A v. Croatia, no. 55164/08, § 60, 14 October 2010 (not yet final)).
  • EGMR, 24.07.2014 - 7446/12

    REMETIN v. CROATIA (NO. 2)

    To that end they are to maintain and apply in practice an adequate legal framework affording protection against acts of violence by private individuals (see X and Y v. the Netherlands, 26 March 1985, §§ 22 and 23, Series A no. 91; Costello-Roberts v. the United Kingdom, 25 March 1993, § 36, Series A no. 247-C; D.P. and J.C. v. the United Kingdom, no. 38719/97, § 118, 10 October 2002; M.C. v. Bulgaria, no. 39272/98, §§ 150 and 152, ECHR 2003-XII, and Sandra Jankovic v. Croatia, no. 38478/05, § 45, 5 March 2009).
  • EGMR, 25.04.2013 - 36337/10

    M.S. v. CROATIA

  • EGMR, 18.09.2012 - 2912/11

    KOWAL v. POLAND

  • EGMR, 07.04.2015 - 679/13

    VERETCO v. THE REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA

  • EGMR, 05.03.2009 - 38478/05

    SANDRA JANKOVIC v. CROATIA

  • EGMR, 13.03.2012 - 48814/06

    INTERDNESTRCOM v. MOLDOVA

  • EGMR, 23.11.2010 - 28326/09

    P.F. AND E.F. v. THE UNITED KINGDOM

  • EGMR, 26.03.2009 - 36082/02

    RADIONOVA v. RUSSIA

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