Access to Electronic Data by Third-Country Law Enforcement Authorities

The Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) has published the study Access to Electronic Data by Third-Country Law Enforcement Authorities: Challenges to EU Rule of Law and Fundamental Rights, with a contribution by LSTS researcher Gloria González Fuster. Download it here (pdf).

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The impact of the data protection reform on European DPAs cooperation

On 20 July 2015 the PHAEDRA II project consortium published its first deliverable: Authorities' views on the impact of the data protection framework reform on their co-operation in the EU, authored by David Barnard-Wills and David Wright (Trilateral Research & Consulting LLP). This report provides the findings from a series of interviews with senior representatives of … Continue reading The impact of the data protection reform on European DPAs cooperation

Transatlantic data privacy relationships as a challenge for democracy

The Centre for Direct Democracy Studies (CDDS), University of Białystok, Poland (UwB), together with the Research Group on Law, Science, Technology & Society (LSTS), Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium (VUB) and the Centre for Commercial Law (CCL), Bond University, Australia, are pleased to announce a call for papers for the upcoming fourth volume in the European … Continue reading Transatlantic data privacy relationships as a challenge for democracy