The ECHR judgment of 13 February 2018 in the case of Ivashchenko v. Russia (application No. 61064/10).
In the case, the complaint of the applicant, who was a photojournalist, was successfully reviewed, that the withdrawal of his laptop and copying of all the information on him on suspicion of having prohibited information on him from the airport of Adler airport at the customs checkpoint when he returned from Abkhazia violated his rights . In the case there was a violation of the requirements of Article 8 of the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms.
In 2010, the applicant was assisted in preparing the application. Subsequently, the application was communicated to the Russian Federation.
In his complaint, the applicant, who was a photojournalist, complained that removing his laptop and copying all the information on it on suspicion of having banned information on him from the airport of Adler airport at the customs checkpoint when he returned from Abkhazia violated his rights.
On 13 February 2018, on a complaint lodged by the applicant, the Court unanimously held that in this case the Government violated the requirement of Article 8 of the Convention (the right to respect for private and family life) and ordered the respondent State to pay the applicant 3,000 euros as just satisfaction.