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25 Oct

The ECHR (European Court/Convention of Human Rights – but if you read this blog you knew that by now) recently achieved the improbable feat of making the confusing Search Engine for its very good Cases Database (HUDOC) even more confusing than before.

To compensate, they have also published an instructional video on YouTube. This is the simplified version of the video – apparently a more sophisticated one will be issued shortly. To be fair, this simpler video does actually explain an otherwise mystifying interface rather well. The more traditional Manual is here.

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