“No photographs” sticker. Designed for persons at conferences who do not want any digital likeness of them taken, including video, photography, audio, etc.
With a reference to a deferred report, and in connection with abuse and with infringement of both laws and regulations for copyrights and for private and confidential data and information electronically managed. In addition to a very likely law breach that relates to Terrorism Act 2000, we are hereby making info available to general public, for businesses and companies in the private industry sector, that started profiling users and clients with private and confidential data and information stored electronically and for a long time ( i.e: information and data incl. and with no limitation to bank current and premium accounts details; credit/debit card details; DOB; Ethnicity; finger prints digital representations; full address; full name; nationality; photographs; POB). As a result, the offence for collecting or possessing information and data that may serve or likely to be useful to, persons committing or preparing an act of terrorism (i.e: making use of private and confidential data and information and a use to incl. and with no limitation to alteration and editing or the making-over of, identity of terrorists in connection with “ terrorism acts and events ” ).
the publication in full of aforementioned report with analysis and evaluation of illegal customary proceedings however, has to be temporarily deferred until U.K and the new legislature parliament, will have gone through a consultation for a act replacing HRA 1998 incorporating the EC HR.
the above statements will not in fact delay drafting and publishing the necessary legal papers and required legal and administrative documentation, for the auditing of both republic of ireland’ government administration and the auditing of regulators or watchdogs for registered companies and businesses in the private industry sector (republic of ireland’s ). Auditing legal procedures requiring immediate attention and to rapidly bring to an end the current tax and financial privileges for multi-national companies and registered in republic of ireland.
Also requiring immediate attention, a court of justice administrative proceeding and within the european court in strasbourg, to call republic of ireland government representatives and to give account for a breach of terrorism act 2000 in the UK jurisdiction, ( i.e: helping, supporting or being useful to persons committing or preparing acts of terrorism and when collecting or possessing ” information and data ” ) and for republic of ireland to be in the list of sanctioned countries and for a period of time of non less than ten years.
Analysis and evaluation for the aforementioned report, are also to set definition for common rules through reform of EU, as recently announced at a speech for the state opening of parliament 2015 in U.K, and reform of the EU with particular ref. to and consideration of matter such as forced labour, currently pursued by laborers unions/trade unions representatives, and by means of a “ tracking system “ that is in place within companies and businesses belonging to the private industry sector, and a tracking system also taking companies and businesses such as EU telco industry sector’s, stepping into following organized crime illegal customary proceedings.
EU reform through common rules however to incl. and without becoming a limitation, laws and regulations for labor industry, setting at EC HR level the minimum age for work and to be eligible for a job within EU territory ( currently 16 YO ), and also minimum requirements of 3 ( THREE ) A levels or equivalent education for the EU Edu system, and such education of high schools or colleges.
NOTE: examinations for three A levels in college to incl, ( and without becoming a limitation ) abilities and skills for negotiating contract of employment or service agreement, and the related salaries in spite of national minimum wage rates set already and in accordance with the local government laws enforced yet. ( This way we will also ditch out of the EU, all rubbish and trash citizens coming from both EU territory and from abroad, and who still cannot learn and understand [ or are reluctant to accept ] all that matters in life and in the EU, is in relation and with very much limitation to:
Gender [ F-M ]; Age range; Title of study; Job title; Salary or Gross income [ Money ]
Note: ” terms and definitions such as ALIENS and JURISDICTIONS, are present in the EC HR already however, ignored and unlikely taken into consideration by the majority of state authorities and government institutions in each and every single catholic background EU member state, as well as ignored by catholic-background nations and countries in general “.
In addition please note the following: art.16 of EC HR, allowing member states to restrict political activity of foreigners, and definition of foreigners as nonnative of EU and currently the 28 member states. Restricting political activity and to incl. without limitation to political activity of catholics, and from Latin america as well as from russian federation, immediate attention is also required on political activities of foreigners and catholics from USA as well as from missions in africa of the catholic church of rome.
– POLITICAL ACTIVITY OF FOREIGNERS ( – Definition of – ): any such activity or intellectual activity in conflict with either the state authorities or the parliament sovereignty, in addition to activities negatively affecting lives of any EU native and by means of interfering with the latter business relationships, income and profit, social relations, incl. and limitation to interference by means of breach of both EC HR and HRA 1998 ( UK ), with particular ref. to art. 8 of European Convention (EC)
– SEE BELOW NOTES AND QUOTES ON BOTH EC oHR AND HRA 1998 ( U.K)
– forced labour ( – DEFINITION OF – )
Unfree labour is a generic or collective term for those work relations, especially in modern or early modernhistory, in which people are employed against their will by the threat of destitution, detention, violence (including death), lawful compulsion,  or other extreme hardship to themselves or to members of their families.
EDIT – forced labour to incl. and however with no limitation to unpaid work or work paid in commodities. Exception applies to NPO only, ( No Profit Organizations ) employing by means of service agreements/contracts either written or verbal – i.e: lawyers/advisors for consultations – and NPO’s employing graduated associates to a profession only, paid by means of a mix bween commodities, benefits, privileges, tax-allowance however without limitation to aforementioned payment options.
-European Convention on Human Rights
Article 1 – respecting rights
Article 1 simply binds the signatory parties ( EU 28 members states ) to secure the rights under the other Articles of the Convention “within their jurisdiction“. In exceptional cases, “jurisdiction” may not be confined to a Contracting State’s own national territory; the obligation to secure Convention rights then also extends to foreign territory, such as occupied land in which the State exercises effective control.
NOTE: European Court of Human Rights also ruled that jurisdiction of member states to the convention extends to areas under that state’s effective control as a result of military action.
Article 8 – privacy
Main article: Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights
Article 8 provides a right to respect for one’s “private and family life, his home and his correspondence”, subject to certain restrictions that are “in accordance with law” and “necessary in a democratic society”. This article clearly provides a right to be free of unlawful searches, but the Court has given the protection for “private and family life” that this article provides a broad interpretation, taking for instance that prohibition of private consensual homosexual acts violates this article. This may be compared to the jurisprudence of the United States Supreme Court, which has also adopted a somewhat broad interpretation of the right to privacy. Furthermore, Article 8 sometimes comprises positive obligations:  whereas classical human rights are formulated as prohibiting a State from interfering with rights, and thus not to do something (e.g. not to separate a family under family life protection), the effective enjoyment of such rights may also include an obligation for the State to become active, and to do something (e.g. to enforce access for a divorced parent to his/her child).
Article 11 – association
Main article: Article 11 of the European Convention on Human Rights
Article 11 protects the right to freedom of assembly and association, including the right to form trade unions, subject to certain restrictions that are “in accordance with law” and “necessary in a democratic society”.
Article 16 – aliens
Article 16 allows states to restrict the political activity of foreigners. The Court has ruled that European Union member states cannot consider the nationals of other member states to be aliens [ 27 ]
– Human Rights Act 1998 to incorporate the European convention
The Human Rights Act 1998 (c 42) is an Act of Parliament of the United Kingdom which received Royal Assent on 9 November 1998, and mostly came into force on 2 October 2000.  Its aim was to incorporate into UK law the rights contained in the European Convention on Human Rights. The Act makes a remedy for breach of a Convention right available in UK courts, without the need to go to the European Court of Human Rights inStrasbourg.
In particular, the Act makes it unlawful for any public body to act in a way which is incompatible with the Convention, unless the wording of any other primary legislation provides no other choice. It also requires the judiciary (including tribunals) to take account of any decisions, judgment or opinion of the European Court of Human Rights, and to interpret legislation, as far as possible, in a way which is compatible with Convention rights. However, if it is not possible to interpret an Act of Parliament so as to make it compatible with the Convention, the judges are not allowed to override it. All they can do is issue a declaration of incompatibility.
This declaration does not affect the validity of the Act of Parliament: in that way, the Human Rights Act seeks to maintain the principle of Parliamentary sovereignty (see: Constitution of the United Kingdom). However, judges may strike down secondary legislation. Under the Act, individuals retain the right to sue in the Strasbourg court.
-Terrorism Act 2000
The Terrorism Act 2000 (c.11) is the first of a number of general Terrorism Acts passed by the Parliament of the United Kingdom. It superseded and repealed the Prevention of Terrorism (Temporary Provisions) Act 1989 and the Northern Ireland (Emergency Provisions) Act 1996. The powers it provides the police have been controversial, leading to noted cases of alleged abuse, and to legal challenges in British and European courts. The stop-and-search powers under section 44 of the Act have been ruled illegal by the European Court of Human Rights.
Section 58 – Collection of information
This section creates the offence, liable to a prison term of up to ten years, to collect or possess ” information of a kind likely to be useful to a person committing or preparing an act of terrorism ”.
It is also an offence under section 58 of the Terrorism Act 2000 to take a photograph of a kind likely to be useful to a person committing or preparing an act of terrorism, or possessing such a photograph. There is an identical defence of reasonable excuse. This offence (and possibly, but not necessarily the s.58A offence) covers only a photograph as described in s.2(3)(b) of the Terrorism Act 2006. As such, it must be of a kind likely to provide practical assistance to a person committing or preparing an act of terrorism. Whether the photograph in question is such is a matter for a jury, which is not required to look at the surrounding circumstances. The photograph must contain information of such a nature as to raise a reasonable suspicion that it was intended to be used to assist in the preparation or commission of an act of terrorism. It must call for an explanation. A photograph which is innocuous on its face will not fall foul of the provision if the prosecution adduces evidence that it was intended to be used for the purpose of committing or preparing a terrorist act. The defence may prove a reasonable excuse simply by showing that the photograph is possessed for a purpose other than to assist in the commission or preparation of an act of terrorism, even if the purpose of possession is otherwise unlawful.
Photography and privacy
A right to privacy exists in the UK law, as a consequence of the incorporation of the European Convention on Human Rights into domestic law through the Human Rights Act 1998. This can result in restrictions on the publication of photography.     
Whether this right is caused by horizontal effect of the Human Rights Act 1998 or is judicially created is a matter of some controversy.  The right to privacy is protected by Article 8 of the convention. In the context of photography, it stands at odds to the Article 10 right of freedom of expression. As such, courts will consider the public interest in balancing the rights through the legal test of proportionality. 
A very limited statutory right to privacy exists in the Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1988. This right is held, for example, by someone who hires a photographer to photograph their wedding. The commissioner,  irrespective of any copyright which he does or does not hold in the photograph  of a photograph which was commissioned for private and domestic purposes, where copyright subsists in the photograph, has the right not to have copies of the work issued to the public,  the work exhibited in public  or the work communicated to the public.  However, this right will not be infringed if the rightholder gives permission. It will not be infringed if the photograph is incidentally included in an artistic work, film, or broadcast.