Effective Access to Electronic Evidence: towards a new Protocol to the Budapest Convention
The International Association of Prosecutors and the GLACY+ project of the Council of Europe and the European Commission are co-organising a thematic workshop to exchange views and share experiences on the existing and new forms of cooperation for effective access to electronic evidence.
- Participants will have identified the challenges of international cooperation for access to electronic evidence and the risks to rule of law associated with these.
- Participants will be up-to-date and will have shared their views on current proposals on solutions aimed at more effective and efficient access to electronic evidence, including through the future 2nd Additional Protocol to the Budapest Convention.
- Council of Europe, Electronic Evidence Guide (upon request)
- Council of Europe, Standard Operating Procedures for the collection, analysis and presentation of electronic evidence (upon request)
- Council of Europe, Budapest Convention on Cybercrime
- Council of Europe, Second Additional Protocol to the Budapest Convention (ongoing protocol negotiations)
- Legal framework for investigation of encrypted devices in UK, Australia, Finland, France, India and the Republic of Ireland