Sergio Carrera is a Senior Research Fellow and Head of Justice and Home Affairs Programme, CEPS. He is an Associate Professor/Senior Research Fellow at the Faculty of Law in Maastricht University (the Netherlands). Carrera is also an Honorary Professor at the School of Law in Queen Mary University of London (UK).
Published in: digitaLibertiesMethod in Trump’s madness?
A look at Donald Trump’s 'travel bans' with an eye to the harvesting of personal data, and the EU-US Privacy Shield,...
Published in: HomeUnsafe Turkey, unsafe Europe
We need to look at the profound political, legal and ethical costs of reducing refugee flows.
Britain and the European debate on the uses of secrecy in court
EU scrutiny in the field of the use of closed materials in UK courts is of paramount importance for the future of...
Surveillance: justice, freedom and security in the EU
A discussion of European surveillance programmes cannot be reduced to the question of a balance between data...
Sweden's surveillance: justice, freedom and security in the EU
Over the years, Sweden has become the biggest collaborating partner of GCHQ outside the English-speaking countries,...
Germany's surveillance: justice, freedom and security in the EU
Germany has been engaging in large-scale surveillance and exchange of communications data with international...