The EU Parliament's main political groups have agreed on a draft law to prevent the online spread of child sexual abuse material, focusing on detection and reporting, with provisions for encryption and age verification.
Europe struggled with inadequate sharing of information when combating terrorism. Now the fear led to excessive sharing of data and potential breaches of privacy.
The new regulation retroactively legalizes activity previously ruled unlawful, which could ‘establish a worrying precedent,’ complaint says.
EDPS expressed its concerns that the amended Europol Regulation weakens the fundamental right to data protection and oversight of the Europol.
The EU Parliament has voted to legalise Europol's processing of bulk datasets of personal data and endorsing research into predictive policing technologies.
The virtual private network (VPN) Safe-Inet used by the world’s foremost cybercriminals has been taken down in a coordinated law enforcement action