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En Europe deux projets avancent parallèlement sur la question de la protection des données dans le cadre de la coopération policière et judiciaire et ont récemment été sujets à des évolutions récentes. D’un côté, le Conseil Justice et Affaires Intérieurs de l’UE vient d’approuver sa position sur la directive relative à la protection des données […]

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On 24 September 2015 the European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS), Giovanni Buttarelli, delivered his second opinion on the proposal of a Directive on the use of PNR data of airline passengers, flying to Europe and from Europe, as an instrument of law enforcement for the prevention, detection, investigation and prosecution of terrorism and serious crime. […]

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On September 23th, one of the most eagerly awaited ECJ Advocate General’s legal opinion, has finally been pronounced and it has been warmly welcomed by the whole community of data protection and privacy supporters and activists. “After fifteen years of criticism from academics, from privacy advocates and from independent studies, the Advocate General of the […]

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“For the first time ever, the EU citizens will be able to know, by looking at one single set of rules, which minimum rights and protection they are entitled to, with regards to data share with the US in the law enforcement sector”. These are the words of P. Michou, chief negotiator in charge of […]

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Le 15 Juillet dernier, le projet de règles sur l’échange et la protection de données des passagers européens a été approuvé par la commission LIBE (Libertés civiles, justice et affaire intérieures) du Parlement Européen. La réforme, qui circule dans les milieux Bruxellois depuis plusieurs années, a finalement obtenu un consensus positif après les rejets précédents, […]

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