Interoperability as a Rule of Law Challenge
Professor Valsamis Mitsilegas publisheshas written a new piece for the Blog Forum of the EUI on Interoperability in Europe’s Area of Free3dom, Security and Justice
Valsamis Mitsilegas, Professor of European Criminal Law and Global Security and Deputy Dean for Global Engagement (Europe) at Queen Mary University of London, has contributed a piece on Interoperability as a Rule of Law Challenge to the Blog Forum of the EUI on Interoperability in Europe’s Area of Free3dom, Security and Justice.
The Blog Forum falls within the scope of the Project “Un-Owned Personal Data: Interoperable EU Borders and Transitioning Rights”, coordinated by the EUI and involving the Law Department and the Migration Policy Centre (MPC). It follows and builds upon a Stakeholder Task Force co-organised by the EUI, CEPS and the European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS) on 18 October 2019 bringing together a group of policy-makers and practitioners from EU institutions and agencies, national authorities, international organisations, academics and civil society organisations.
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