Freedom of expression is a basic right in Germany, but it does not cover libel or slander, nor Holocaust denial.
InfoMigrants is a news and information site for migrants to counter misinformation at every point of their journey: in their country of origin, along the route, or in the places where they hope to start a new life.
Advocacy groups in Germany want the next government to incorporate the rights of children and teens into the country's constitution. They say failure to protect younger generations could have dangerous results.
The terrorist Freital Group may have been sentenced to prison, but attacks on minorities and violent rhetoric are still not taken seriously enough — including by the German government, says DW's Hans Pfeifer.
Germany's highest court has ruled that inheritance rights come before data privacy. Heirs should have access to the Facebook accounts of the deceased, the court has ruled.
The German constitution was originally intended to be a provisional text. But Germany's top Supreme Court judge, Andreas Vosskuhle, says it has served the country well over the last 68 years.
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