Schlagwort: Data Security

NordVPN Blog: Why there can be no “encryption bans”

In Western countries in particular, such as the USA or the United Kingdom with its legal push for an “Online Safety Bill,” there is concern that increasingly sophisticated and easy-to-use technical options for encryption could deprive public security, police, and law enforcement agencies of access to data that is important for their investigations. But what […]

Expert Report: EncroChat and the „Chain of Custody“ – Digital Investigations as a Test for a Right to a Fair Trial?

Facts and content of the study: Criminal proceedings are currently being pursued in numerous German cities on the basis of an analysis of EncroChat datasets from France. Although the legality of obtaining the data records and their usability have been discussed for quite some time and are partly questioned, the EncroChat information has so far […]

International guest scientists from Dar es Salaam visit Bremen

As part of a research project funded by the Humboldt Foundation, three visiting scholars from the Open University of Tanzania in Dar es Salaam are visiting us in Bremen this week to talk about comparative data protection issues: Prof. Dr. Alex Makulilo, Dr. Rindstone Ezekiel and Dr. Doreen Mwamlangala. It is a great pleasure and […]

State stick to your powers: Legal Problems of Digital Investigations Using the Example of Encrochat

The unlawful official action in the matter of #encrochat is not just a German issue – criminal proceedings are currently taking place across Europe. Link to the full article: #encrochat #law #legal #germany #beck #denniskenjikipker #prosecution #france #eu #courts #justice #trial #transparency #constitution