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Nicaraguan comedian who trashes Ticos barred from entering Costa Rica

Nicaraguan comedian Reynaldo Ruiz, who insulted Costa Ricans in online videos, was barred on Thursday from entering Costa Rica for personal safety and public order reasons, officials said.

Costa Rican lawmakers approve 35 bills in first 6 months of term, but few are substantive

Ever wonder what Costa Rican lawmakers actually accomplish? Here's a look at the first six months of the current Legislative Assembly, a data analysis project aimed at promoting public access to information, brought to you by Ojo al Voto.

Court throws out ex-President Chinchilla’s social media defamation lawsuit

While the court ruled in favor of the defendant, freedom of expression experts said the preliminary ruling does not necessarily signal a free-for-all when it comes to criticizing public officials.

Explainer: Why is Costa Rica’s former President Laura Chinchilla suing a hotelier over a Facebook post?

Former President Laura Chinchilla (2010-2014) appeared at a criminal court in San José Monday morning for a defamation lawsuit she filed in June 2013 against businessman Alberto Rodríguez Baldi.

Costa Rica constitutional court rules in favor of state-run company’s right to block Facebook users

A ruling issued last month by Costa Rica's Constitutional Chamber of the Supreme Court, or Sala IV, could set a precedent by allowing companies to block from their Facebook profiles users who post comments that affect the companies' commercial interests.

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