CEPIS warns MEPs against ‘E-evidence’ proposal

An open letter warning against the proposed regulation on cross-border access to electronic evidence (‘e-evidence’) has been sent to a number of European Parliament members who are currently debating the initiative.

The letter stresses that such regulation would deprive states of the full ability to protect the fundamental rights of their citizens. It undermines European data protection law and threatens to damage the existing international system of mutual legal assistance in criminal matters.

CEPIS members are invited to circulate the letter across their networks.


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