Access to Electronic Data for Law Enforcement Purposes

CEPS, in collaboration with Queen Mary University of London

The main purpose of the conference is to explore the legal and policy challenges that mutual legal assistance and cybercrime are posing to EU‐US cooperation.  

Particular attention will be paid to issues of legal competences and accountability: first, the effects of the EU legal framework in criminal justice, cybercrime and privacy over relations and existing agreements with the US; second, the discussions taking place in the Council of Europe Cybercrime Convention Committee (T‐CY).

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Meeting taking place in London at the Queen Mary University from 09.00 to 17.00

 

11
December 2015
Friday
09:00-17:00

Speakers

Jens-Henrik Jeppesen
Center for Democracy & Technology (CDT)
Katalin
University of Luxembourg
Mark Lange
Microsoft
Michael Olmsted
Mission of the United States to the EU
Antonio Caiola
European Parliament
Franziska Boehm
University of Münster, Germany
Gloria Gonzalez
VUB - Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Alexandra Jour-Schroeder
European Commission
Emilio de Capitani
Queen Mary University of London
Elspeth Guild
Queen Mary University of London
Didier Bigo
King's College London
Alexander Seger
Council of Europe

Chair

Valsamis Mitsilegas
Queen Mary University of London
Sergio Carrera
CEPS

Access to Electronic Data for Law Enforcement Purposes

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11
December 2015
Friday
09:00-17:00
Participation in this event is exceptionally free of charge.
Queen Mary University of London

Mile End Road - London