President of African country has case over mean Facebook comments thrown out in Dublin High CourtIsmael Omar Guelleh sought to get the names, addresses and telephone numbers of those who attacked him online.
HIGH COURT PROCEEDINGS brought by the President of the African state of Djibouti, Ismael Omar Guelleh, over offensive Facebook posts about him have been struck out.
In his action against Facebook Ireland, Guelleh had sought several orders including one restraining Facebook Ireland Ltd from publishing or continuing to publish the content of certain Facebook accounts.
He also sought orders that the accounts be suspended pending the full hearing of the action.
He also wanted Facebook to close the accounts and remove what the President said was the offensive material...... See More
The High Court has struck out an application by the president of Djibouti to force Facebook to delete three accounts, which he alleged were used to make death threats against him.
Ismaïl Omar Guelleh, who has led the East African country since 1999, applied for a High Court injunction against Facebook Ireland in April.
The case was the first time a foreign individual had brought a legal action in Ireland seeking to compel Facebook to take action about materialon social network. Facebook Ireland is designated as the data processor for all account holders who are not resident in America or…..... See More
An Irish High Court action by the president of the African state of Djibouti, Ismael Omar Guelleh, over alleged offensive posts about him on Facebook has been struck out.
Mr Guelleh sought several orders in his proceedings, including one restraining Facebook Ireland Ltd publishing or continuing to publish the content of certain Facebook accounts.
He also sought to have the accounts suspended pending the full hearing of the action.......See More
By Ambassador Herman Cohen,
here are some intriguing new developments in the Red Sea region. Eritrea has joined the “Islamic Against Terrorism.” What is so interesting about that? Well, of countries in that coalition are all good friends of the United States. American arms exporters make lots of dinars selling to those friends......See More
Thousands of Ethiopians trekking through desert heat and war in Yemen for the sake of a low-paid job in Saudi Arabia risk getting stuck in an overcrowded migrant camp in Djibouti, the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) said yesterday.
Three boatloads have recently been returned from the Yemeni port of Aden, potentially closing a route used by 10,000 migrants per month, mainly Ethiopians and Somalis......See More
Today, The 10 Djiboutian women reached the their 16th day of their hunger strike in Brussels.
They denounce Djiboutian Army rapes against Afar women. These war crimes continue since 1991 against Afar women.
Those responsible for these crimes in the Army act in total impunity and benefit Djibouti Government complicity.
No to impunity
#stopvioldjibouti ( Stoprapesindjibouti in French)
The 18 most ‘miserable’ countries in the world ( Djibouti is third, if it wasn't for the war in Syria and American sanction against Venezuela Djibouti would be number one ).
IT’S HARD TO get by when you don’t have a job and the cost of living keeps rising.
This is the maxim behind economist Arthur Okun’s Misery Index, which adds together a country’s unemployment and inflation rates. The higher the number, the more ‘miserable’ the country is.....See More