Security Architectures in the EU

Schlagwort: Law Enforcement

  • Council and Parliament negotiations: EU laws on „E-Evidence“ reportedly on the home straight

    Council and Parliament negotiations: EU laws on „E-Evidence“ reportedly on the home straight

    Internet service providers are to facilitate the work of law enforcement agencies with orders to preserve and hand over their users‘ data. With an additional directive, companies must designate legal representation and establish points of contact. Negotiations on the EU proposals on „electronic evidence“ („e-evidence“) could be concluded this year. This is according to a […]

  • EU Commission wants to use artificial intelligence for surveillance

    EU Commission wants to use artificial intelligence for surveillance

    An EU document compares machine learning with the invention of electricity. A total of 20 billion euros is to be invested in research into „AI made in Europe“. A „Coordinated Plan on Artificial Intelligence“ of the European Union envisages the increased use of algorithms in the areas of „migration, infrastructure monitoring“. This is the message […]