Springer recently published an article I co-authored with Professor Julia Hörnle and Anna- Maria Osula titled: “Global Views on Internet Jurisdiction and Trans-border Access” This article was originally published in the book: Data Protection on the Move. Current Developments in ICT and Privacy/Data Protection coordinated by Serge Gutwirth, Ronald Leenes & Paul de Hert.
This article offers insights and perspectives on the jurisdiction of law enforcement authorities (LEAs) under international law and reviews current approaches to the territoriality principle and trans-border access to data for LEAs to conduct criminal investigations; controversial topics that are currently in the center of discussions, both at the international and national level. The views and perspectives offered in this paper seek to contribute to the international debate on cross-border access to data by LEAs and how the principles on internet jurisdiction should evolve in order to turn the administration of the criminal justice system more efficient, dynamic and compliant with the needs to obtain and secure evidence while respecting data protection safeguards.
The complete bibliography info of the publication is the following:
Article title: “Global Views on Internet Jurisdiction and Trans-border Access”
Authors: Cristos Velasco, Julia Hörnle and Anna- Maria Osula
Book title: Data Protection on the Move. Current Developments in ICT and Privacy/Data Protection
Published on: January 2016
Suggested citation: Cristos Velasco, Julia Hornle & Anna- Maria Osula, “Global Views on Internet Jurisdiction and Trans-border Access” in Data Protection on the Move. Current Developments in ICT and Privacy/Data Protection, Springer (2016), Pages 465-476.
Print ISBN: 978-94-017-7375-1
Online ISBN: 978-94-017-7376-8
Series Title: Law, Governance and Technology Series
Series Volume: 24
Series ISSN: 2352-1902
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
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