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Topic
Consumers, Justice and fundamental rights
Type of act
Proposal for a directive

Roadmap

Feedback: closed
Type

Inception impact assessment
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Feedback period
03 August 2017 - 31 August 2017
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  • ACT | The App Association (Belgium)
    31 August 2017 Business association
    ACT | The App Association (Belgium)

    ACT | The App Association (www.actonline.org) appreciates the opportunity to provide input to the Directorate-General for Justice and Consumers and the Directorate-General for Migration and Home Affairs on its Inception Impact Assessment regarding obstacles to accessing electronic evidence across borders in criminal investigations. The App Association represents thousands of app makers and connected device companies across the EU that use...

  • Georgia Institute of Technology (United States)
    31 August 2017 Academic/research institution
    Georgia Institute of Technology (United States)

    The Georgia Tech Cross-Border Requests for Data Project, http://www.iisp.gatech.edu/cross-border-data-project, has become a leading source of research on the increasingly important area of Mutual Legal Assistance (MLA) and cross-border government requests for data. Our submission is presented in response to the European Commission’s Inception Impact Assessment, https://ec.europa.eu/info/law/better-regulation/initiatives/ares-2017-38..., in an...

  • Microsoft (United States)
    31 August 2017 Company/business organisation
    Microsoft (United States)

    The attached comments are submitted on behalf of Microsoft Corporation in response to the European Commission’s invitation to stakeholders to provide views on the Inception Impact Assessment published for the initiative “Improving cross-border access to electronic evidence in criminal matters.” Microsoft appreciates the Commission’s dedicated effort to address the deficiencies of the current legal framework. The conditions under which law...

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Commission adoption

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Type

Proposal for a directive
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Adopted on
17 April 2018
Feedback period
18 April 2018 - 20 July 2018
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  • Global Network Initiative (United States)
    19 July 2018 Non-governmental organisation (NGO)
    Global Network Initiative (United States)

    GNI has developed a full submission in response to the proposed Directive and Regulation, which is attached for your consideration. We have extracted and included below the recommendation section from that submission for your convenience: Recommendations: The GNI Principles create a set of expectations and recommendations for how companies should respond to government requests that could affect the freedom of expression and privacy rights of...

  • Anonymous (Sweden)
    20 June 2018 Company/business organisation
    Anonymous (Sweden)

    We acknowledge the scope of the new e-evidence package that tries to solve the issue of more effective cross-border access to e-evidence. Nevertheless, we are concerned that the measures foreseen in this proposal try to solve the lack of efficiency in the current judicial cooperation between Member States at service providers’ expense. In addition, we would like to stress that all measures that are proposed need to be necessary and...

  • Anonymous (Sweden)
    20 June 2018 Company/business organisation
    Anonymous (Sweden)

    This feedback was removed either at the request of the author or because it did not comply with the European Commission's rules for publishing feedback and suggestions.

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Type

Proposal for a regulation
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Adopted on
17 April 2018
Feedback period
18 April 2018 - 19 July 2018
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  • Global Network Initiative (United States)
    19 July 2018 Non-governmental organisation (NGO)
    Global Network Initiative (United States)

    GNI has developed a full submission in response to the proposed Directive and Regulation, which is attached for your consideration. We have extracted and included below the recommendation section from that submission for your convenience: Recommendations: The GNI Principles create a set of expectations and recommendations for how companies should respond to government requests that could affect the freedom of expression and privacy rights of...

  • Fair Trials (Belgium)
    19 July 2018 Non-governmental organisation (NGO)
    Fair Trials (Belgium)

    Fair Trials is a global criminal justice watchdog with offices in London, Brussels and Washington, D.C. The European Production Order (EPO) proposal is premature. In September 2017, the Commission funded a two-year project of the Centre of European Policy Studies (CEPS), Fair Trials and leading universities to look into the extent to which the European Investigation Order (EIO) and reforms with the handling of US Mutual Legal Assistance (MLA)...

  • ACT | The App Association (Belgium)
    19 July 2018 Business association
    ACT | The App Association (Belgium)

    ACT | The App Association (App Association) appreciates the opportunity to provide input to decision-makers considering changes to the Regulation on European Production and Preservation Orders for electronic evidence in criminal matters (E-Evidence Regulation) and the Directive on the appointment of legal representatives for the purpose of gathering evidence in criminal proceedings (E-Evidence Directive). We understand these rules have been...

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