WS 11: Criminal justice in cyberspace – More of everything?
¶ 1 Leave a comment on paragraph 1 0 Andrijana Gavrilovic
- ¶ 2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 1
- Criminal justice instruments that involve government to government interaction are preferred in order to ensure that the fundamental principles (proportionality, necessity, legality) are respected.
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- Increasing digital literacy in law enforcement, judiciary (prosecution and judges), and telecom operators is crucial.
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- It is important that the Second Draft Protocol to the Budapest Convention on Cybercrime works for everyone, including non-EU countries, and conditions, safeguards, and notifications have to be present.
Based on my participation in the session, it appears this message does not appropriately cover the scope of the discussion. In particular, several of the speakers and participants agreed on the need for instruments that go beyond traditional government-to-government cooperation to also include direct cooperation measures, provided that appropriate safeguards to ensure the protection of fundamental right are provided for. Therefore, I propose to reformulate this message as follows:
Criminal justice instruments should provide for safeguards to ensure that fundamental principles are respected, including principles of proportionality, necessity and legality.
In its current form I would strongly oppose the message.