EU publishes report on access to data for effective law enforcement

25/06/2024 | Council of the European Union

The Council of the European Union has published a report on the European Commission High-Level Group's recommendations for access to data for effective law enforcement. The report highlights the challenges faced by law enforcement in accessing data for criminal investigations, particularly related to data retention and encryption. The group recommends the need for a harmonized EU legal framework for data retention and access to electronic communication data. The report also underlines the importance of collaboration between law enforcement and relevant industry providers to address these challenges effectively. 

Access the recommendations report here

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