Published in: HomeTransatlantic data transfers and privacy protection: an ongoing battle
A meaningful legal response would be the establishment of global privacy standards – a ‘new universal law on surveillance’. Undoubtedly, EU law and case law could provide a guiding light.
Published in: digitaLibertiesBack from the dead and standing on Travellers’ Doorstep – the case of the EU PNR Directive
This framework places the movement of travellers, including EU citizens, under constant monitoring, irrespective of the fact that they are a priori innocent and unsuspected of any criminal offence.