Representatives from the European Commission (DG JUST and DG HOME), Eurojust, Europol, ENISA, Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA), UNODC, OSCE, the Prosecution Service of Austria, the Netherlands, Romania and international experts from the academia actively participated and contributed to the second expert meeting on the design of a “Handbook on European law relating to cybercrime and fundamental rights”, co-chaired by FRA and the Council of Europe.
The scope, target group and main sections of the Handbook on Cybercrime and Fundamental Rights have been discussed and consensus has been reached on several points.
The aim of the Handbook is to raise awareness on fundamental rights issues entailed in committing, reporting, investigating, prosecuting and adjudicating cases of cybercrime. The core target group will be practitioners, including criminal justice authorities and other legal profiles. It is expected that the Handbook will also be of use for NGOs and the civil society.
It is expected for the final version of the Handbook to be completed in 2021.
- FRA: Handbook on European law relating to cybercrime and fundamental rights
- GLACY+ project webpage