Human trafficking in Romania: an integrated approach needed in the era of open borders

By |november 5th, 2019|europol, human trafficking, News, poverty, prostitution, Romania, Schengen|

Trafficking of human beings is by definition a transnational crime and can only be tackled through more integrated and supranational structuresр write Elena Petrescu and Yannis Karamitsios.

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Experts point out deficiencies in countering the jihadist threat

By |april 30th, 2019|anti-terrorism, europol, News, Schengen, SIS|

With the jihadists behind the bloodshed in Paris and Brussels able to criss-cross European borders at will, anti-terror chiefs have been forced to come together to seek a common response to a global threat.

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May’s government warns hard Brexit would jeopardise security

By |november 29th, 2018|Brexit, eurojust, europol, Hard Brexit, News, Sergei Skripal, terrorism|

A no-deal Brexit would jeopardise security cooperation with the European Union, Britain's security minister Ben Wallace will say on Thursday (29 November).

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MEP: France is wrong to shun OLAF in tackling tobacco smuggling

By |oktober 4th, 2018|Big Tobacco, europol, Framework Convention on Tobacco Control, illicit tobacco, News, OLAF, tobacco smuggling|

France and other countries that need help tackling the rising illicit tobacco trade should ask for assistance from the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF), according to Czech MEP Tomáš Zdechovský.

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Companies may try to bypass GDPR fines by negotiating with cybercriminals, Europol say

By |september 20th, 2018|cybercrime, Cybersecurity, data protection, europol, GDPR, hacking, ICO, News, non-compliance, UK, United Kingdom, Věra Jourová|

Europol, the EU's policing agency, released a report on Tuesday (18 September) in which they warned that EU data protection laws may lead to an increase in cyber-extortion.

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Europol: Massive seizure of fake pesticides which could spray the size of the UK

By |julij 13th, 2018|EUIPO, europol, News, OLAF, pesticide use|

Europol’s annual Operation SILVER AXE III seized the largest-ever amount of illegal or counterfeit pesticides in Europe this week. A fact that has raised concerns about both the economic and health costs.

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Parliament demands EU institutions ban Kaspersky Lab cybersecurity products

By |junij 13th, 2018|Cybersecurity, EU-Russia relations, europol, hacking, Kaspersky Lab, Mariya Gabriel, News, Russia, Urmas Paet|

A broad majority of EU lawmakers backed the resolution on Wednesday (13 June), which sets the European Parliament’s approach to a European cyber defence policy, an area where EU institutions have been moving to step up their work.

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Privacy regulators in hotseat over future of ‘fundamental’ website owners list

By |april 5th, 2018|data access, data protection, domain name, European Data Protection Superviser, europol, GDPR, Göran Marby, ICANN, law enforcement, News, police force, whois|

The internet is at risk of becoming fragmented if online databases that show who owns websites are shut down after the EU’s new data protection law takes effect next month, the head of internet domain organisation ICANN has warned.

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Terrorist threat still looms over Europe, Europol expert warns

By |marec 14th, 2018|counter terrorism, EU anti-terrorism, europol, ISIS, Islamic State, Manuel Navarrete, News, terrorism, Terrorist attacks|

The threat of terrorism “has not diminished and still persists” in Europe, despite the loss of Islamic State territories in Syria and Iraq, according to the head of Europol’s Counter Terrorism Centre, Manuel Navarrete. EURACTIV’s partner Euroefe reports.

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Europol appoints Belgian as first female boss

By |marec 9th, 2018|European Parliament, europol, News|

Belgium's Catherine De Bolle pledged to invest more in Europol's capacity to analyse security threats when she was on Thursday (9 March) named as the first woman to head the EU police agency.

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