WS 11 2019
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The session will look into aspects of criminal justice in cyberspace from the perspective of applicable regulations, access to evidence and human rights, public-private cooperation and technical aspects of investigations.
The discussion will revolve around recent legislative initiatives from the EU and the Council of Europe addressing cooperation on cybercrime and electronic evidence, seek various perspectives on public-private cooperation, weight on human rights issues of access to electronic evidence in light of GDPR, and will attempt to provide a brief outlook on technical aspects of cybercrime investigations with particular focus on AI.
The session will address the overall theme of criminal justice in cyberspace in three distinct areas of discussion:
Regulations: This part will have a specific focus on two most recent legislative initiatives, spearheaded respectively by the European Union and the Council of Europe, to modernize the current framework applicable to cybercrime and electronic evidence – namely, the E-Evidence Proposal and work on the Second Draft Protocol to the Budapest Convention on Cybercrime.
Access to data: Following up the issue of regulations with particular focus on the need for public-private cooperation and transborder access to data, this session will offer more industry-driven point of view on the subject. Discussion will also allow insight into concerns of access to data in light of implementing General Data Protection Regulation, those concerns applicable to both law enforcement access to data as well as trans-border processing of data by private companies.
Technical aspects: A brief outlook at most recent developments in terms of tackling new forms of cybercrime will be offered, with particular focus on current/potential use of Artificial Intelligence for aiding investigations, but also possible ethical or legal aspects of use of AI for these purposes.
The session will be driven by short initial interventions from key participants/speakers on subjects of discussion, with moderated Q&A with the audience, seeking to develop discussion further on the themes of the workshop.
- EU E-Evidence Proposal
- Budapest Convention on Cybercrime
- Second Draft Protocol to the Budapest Convention on Cybercrime
- General Data Protection Regulation
- Council of Europe work on Transborder Access to Data
- Human rights approach to cybercrime – Example from the Eastern Partnership countries
- Council of Europe and Artificial Intelligence
- Europol Internet Organised Crime Threat Assessment (iOCTA)
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- Giorgi Jokhadze, Council of Europe
Organising Team (Org Team) List them here as they sign up.
- Zoey Barthelemy
- Tjabbe Bos
- Nertil Berdufi, University College Beder
- Irina Drexler, Council of Europe
- Desara Dushi, SEEDIG Programme Committee
- Catherine Garcia-van Hoogstraten, Centre of Expertise Cyber Security- Cybersecurity for SMEs, The Hague University of Applied Sciences (THUAS)
- Kristina Olausson, ETNO - European Telecommunications Network Operators' Association
- Corien van Pinxteren
- Lise Fuhr, Director General, European Telecommunications Network – Link to profile
- Markko Kunnapu, Advisor to the Ministry of Justice of Estonia, Member of the Cybercrime Convention Committee Bureau - LinkedIn
- Acadia Senese, Legal Counsel, Law Enforcement & Information Security, Google - LinkedIn
- Gregory Mounier, Head of Outreach at European Cybercrime Centre (EC3), EUROPOL - LinkedIn
- Participant from academia/civil society (TBC)
Moderator The session will have two moderators:
- Tatiana Tropina, Senior Researcher, Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law, LinkedIn
- Irina Drexler, Cybercrime Programme Office of the Council of Europe, LinkedIn
Trained remote moderators will be assigned on the spot by the EuroDIG secretariat to each session.
- Andrijana Gavrilovic, Geneva Internet Platform
The Reporter takes notes during the session and formulates 3 (max. 5) bullet points at the end of each session that:
- are summarised on a slide and presented to the audience at the end of each session
- relate to the particular session and to European Internet governance policy
- are forward looking and propose goals and activities that can be initiated after EuroDIG (recommendations)
- are in (rough) consensus with the audience
Current discussion, conference calls, schedules and minutes
The discussions in the Org Team for the session took part primarily as email exchanges on the mailing list for the Workshop, with several major milestones:
- On 18.03.19, the initial sequence of topics and work-plan for Org Team was suggested and discussed; further, call for speakers/key participants was launched and responses from the Org Team collated;
- On 06.04.19, the sequence of themes was further refined and identity of potential speakers discussed; communications with Org Team on these matters were summarized on 17.04.19;
- Session title was established through Doodle poll on 14.04.19;
- Session description and format communicated and discussed on 12.05.19;
- Individual communications with key participants and potential speakers still ongoing.
A short summary of the session will be provided by the Reporter.
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