MEPs approve export controls tailored to stop government surveillance

By |januar 17th, 2018|Arab Spring, arms trade, Cecilia Malmström, digital trade, dual use goods, encryption, hazardous exports, human rights violations, Klaus Buchner, Marietje Schaake, News, surveillance|

MEPs approved stricter rules on Wednesday (17 January) to control how European companies export software and other technologies that could be used for surveillance, and any products that may violate human rights.

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Trade MEPs want to scrap all EU export restrictions on encryption

By |november 23rd, 2017|Arab Spring, Christofer Fjellner, Cybersecurity, data privacy, data protection, digital trade, dual use goods, encryption, exports, hazardous exports, human rights, Klaus Buchner, Marietje Schaake, News|

MEPs want the European Commission to remove export control restrictions on technology products that use encryption.

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New EU cybersecurity centres slated to research encryption

By |november 17th, 2017|cyber defence, Cybersecurity, encryption, European Parliament, europol, News, research|

EU member states are expected to agree Monday (20 November) on a plan to set up new cybersecurity research centres that will focus partly on encryption technologies.

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MEPs want human rights safeguard on tech exports

By |oktober 25th, 2017|Arab Spring, Christofer Fjellner, Cybersecurity, dual use goods, encryption, exports, hazardous exports, human rights, Klaus Buchner, News, surveillance|

MEPs steering a controversial export control bill through the European Parliament have agreed to apply stricter human rights safeguards for technologies that can be used for online surveillance.

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Brussels promises more police access to encrypted data, but no backdoors

By |oktober 19th, 2017|anti-terrorism, Cybersecurity, data protection, encryption, Julian King, News, Privacy, terrorism, Whatsapp|

The European Commission insisted that it does not want to weaken encryption as part of its latest push to give law enforcement authorities more access to private data.

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MEPs push cyber security rules as ‘political message’ before EU overhaul

By |julij 12th, 2017|Andrus Ansip, crime, e-evidence, Elissavet Vozemberg, Elissavet Vozemberg-Vrionidi, encryption, ENISA, Internet of Things, Jan Philipp Albrecht, News, security|

MEPs are pressuring the European Commission to propose new cyber crime rules on hacking vulnerabilities, encryption and information sharing between EU countries, ahead of a legal overhaul planned for September.

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Gabriel confirmed as new EU digital chief

By |julij 4th, 2017|Andrus Ansip, copyright reform, Digital Single Market, encryption, Günther Oettinger, Jean-Claude Juncker, Kaja Kallas, Kristalina Georgieva, Mariya Gabriel, News, telecoms regulatory framework|

Mariya Gabriel was confirmed Tuesday (4 July) as the next EU digital Commissioner and will become the youngest person ever to take on a top Commission post.

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EU to propose new rules on police access to encrypted data in June

By |marec 29th, 2017|Amber Rudd, apps, data privacy, data protection, encryption, ePrivacy, London attack, Matthias Fekl, News, Telecoms regulations, telecoms regulatory framework, terrorism, Thomas de Maizière, Věra Jourová, Whatsapp|

The European Commission will propose new measures in June to make it easier for police to access encrypted data on internet apps like WhatsApp, EU Justice Commissioner Vera Jourova said yesterday (28 March), heeding calls from national interior ministe...

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EU anti-terror czar: ‘The threat is coming from inside Europe’

By |marec 22nd, 2017|Al Qaeda, biometric data, Brussels attacks, Daesh, encryption, EU counter-terrorism strategy, europol, Firearms Directive, foreign fighters, Gilles de Kerchove, internet censorship, ISIS, News, radical Islam, schengen area, Schengen Information System, Security Union, terrorism|

A year after the Brussels attacks, Gilles de Kerchove told EURACTIV.com about the fast pace of development of EU security policy, calling for the “systematic use of biometrics” and “batch comparison” of databases in order to boost security in the Schengen area.

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