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European Law Blog – E-Evidence: The Way Forward
The European Law Blog has published Prof. Theodore Christakis’s report from the September 25, 2019 academic workshop “E-Evidence...
European Law Blog – 21 Thoughts and Questions about the UK-US CLOUD Act Agreement: (and an Explanation of How it Works – with Charts)
Professor Theodore Christakis’s European Law Blog article 21 Thoughts and Questions about the UK-US CLOUD Act Agreement: (and an Expla...
Transfer of EU Personal Data to U.S. Law Enforcement Authorities After the CLOUD Act: Is There a Conflict with the GDPR?
In his paper Transfer of Personal Data to U.S. Law Enforcement Authorities After the CLOUD Act: Is There a Conflict with the GDPR?, Prof. Ch...
E-Evidence in a Nutshell: Developments in 2018, Relations with the Cloud Act and the Bumpy Road Ahead
The year 2018 was marked by some important legislative initiatives in the United States and the European Union reflecting a new approach con...
“Big Divergence of Opinions” on E-Evidence in the EU Council: A Proposal in Order to Disentangle the Notification Knot
E-Evidence negotiations in the EU Council are currently locked in stalemate. The clock is ticking, due to the upcoming European elections an...
IAPP – Announcing the new Cross-Border Data Forum
In the IAPP article Announcing the new Cross-Border Data Forum, Professors Christakis, Daskal, and Swire introduce the Cross-Border Data For...
IAPP – The Globalization of Criminal Evidence
In their IAPP article The Globalization of Criminal Evidence, Professors Christakis, Daskal, and Swire explain how the rise of cloud computi...
E-Evidence in the EU Council: The Key Issue of When One Member State Can Review the Requests from Another
More than half of all criminal investigations today in Europe include a cross-border request for access to electronic evidence such as text ...
Observatoire-FIC – Lost in the Cloud?
In his recent Observatoire FIC article Lost in the Cloud? Law Enforcement Cross-border Access to Data After the “Clarifying Lawful Ove...