Public humiliation gone from law
Good news (in Finnish)! The Finnish Parliament voted to remove the controversial article from the next revision of the copyright law, which would've made it possible to publish a defendant's name along with his crime at the defendant's cost, should he be found guilty of violating the copyright legislation. The law was heavily criticized on being medieval in allowing public humiliation of people.
(By the way, there should be some interesting announcements in the next 24 hours. Stay tuned...)
Edit: It was too good to be true. Digitoday covers the story far better - the articles are still there, just subdued and hidden.
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