Security Architectures in the EU

Schlagwort: Twitter

  • „Thin blue line“: German police trainer warns against radicalisation

    „Thin blue line“: German police trainer warns against radicalisation

    Police sometimes see themselves as the last „blue line“ against chaos and crime. Various police stations also tweet about this self-image, which is popular among right-wing officers. Websites where police employees  also participate sell patches, mugs and shirts with the problematic symbolism. Several German police forces published tweets about the so-called „thin blue line“ over […]

  • Britain and Europol: Social media to remove posts by refugees

    Britain and Europol: Social media to remove posts by refugees

    Companies such as TikTok and Facebook are to step up deletions of internet content if it could encourage the entry of irregular migrants. Calls for this came from the British Criminal Investigation Department. A department for „removal orders“ has also been set up at Europol along the same lines. British Home Secretary Priti Patel on […]

  • EU project iBorderCtrl: Is the lie detector coming or not?

    EU project iBorderCtrl: Is the lie detector coming or not?

    A document made legible again reveals how the beneficiaries of EU security research have been pushing for legislative changes for the introduction of prohibited technologies. The EU Commission is now funding a follow-up project with 8 million euros. For three years, a consortium of European companies, institutes, universities and police forces had been working in […]

  • Behavioural analysis and Twitter check: EU security research tests new „lie detector“ for border control

    Behavioural analysis and Twitter check: EU security research tests new „lie detector“ for border control

    The EU Court of Justice is to decide how extensively the Commission must inform about a research project sensitive to fundamental rights. The decision is of great significance, because the successor to iBorderCtrl, which has long been terminated, is also problematic. Last week, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in Luxembourg heard a case on […]