We have arrived at the familiar old-new institution of “taking over management” (receivership) thanks to which the state can simply take over any private firm “in the field of information”, for example. Even if Article 60 of the Law on Enterprises is not foreseen for the “nationalization of information”, it is problematic in itself, or […]

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