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Judicial cooperation and cross-border data gathering in the fight against crime

What future for E-evidence?

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Justice and Home Affairs

JUD-IT Final Conference

 

The event will be devoted at assessing how data held by private companies and sought in the context of criminal proceedings is currently requested, gathered, and exchanged across the EU and in cooperation with third countries. JUD-IT partners having work on specific EU Member States’ legal system will review the national constitutional safeguards attached to data sough in criminal investigations.

How are these safeguards protected through procedural guarantees? Under which conditions cross-border access to data is allowed? Is a court order required for different data categories? How are the necessity and proportionality requirements of a data request assessed in the issuing and execution phases?

This event will be divided into 2 sessions, each covering differ EU Member States’ legal and institutional systems. During each session, JUD-IT partners will provide evidence on the national systems covered in their research and interact with discussants who will provide feedback based on their own experience working on the field.

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Below is our list of speakers and discussants.

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Marco Stefan Marco Stefan

Marco Stefan

Research Fellow

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Event Details

Justice and Home Affairs


Judicial cooperation and cross-border data gathering in the fight against crime

What future for E-evidence?

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1 Place du Congrès
1000 Brussel
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Day 1 - Friday
Organiser
Miriam Mir Canet Miriam Mir Canet
Miriam Mir Canet
+49 (0)151 41 44 66 52
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