The study Artificial Intelligence and Law Enforcement: Impact on Fundamental Rights, commissioned by the European Parliament’s LIBE Committee, is now online.
The book The Ethics of Cybersecurity, edited by Cybersecurity Regulation in the European Union: The Digital, the Critical and Fundamental Rights‘ (Gloria González Fuster and Lina Jasmontaite).‘
A 2019 version of the report ‘Cross-border Access to Electronic Data through Judicial Cooperation in Criminal Matters‘ (Marco Stefan and Gloria González Fuster), expanded and improved, is now available from download from this link.
The piece ‘A Security Union In Full Respect Of Fundamental Rights: But How Effectively Respectful?‘ by Gloria González Fuster has been published as a contribution to the book Constitutionalising the Security Union: Effectiveness, Rule of Law and Rights on Countering Terrorism and Crime, co-edited by Sergio Carrera and Valsamis Mistilegas and published by the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS).
The book Surveillance, Privacy and Security: Citizens’ Perspectives, edited by Michael Friedewald, J. Peter Burgess, Johann Cas, Walter Peissl and Rocco Bellanova, has been published by Taylor and Francis, and available as open access PDF through this link. It includes the chapter ‘The legal significance of individual choices about privacy and personal data protection‘, co-authored by Gloria González Fuster and Serge Gutwirth.
The Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) has published the study Access to Electronic Data by Third-Country Law Enforcement Authorities: Challenges to EU Rule of Law and Fundamental Rights, by Sergio Carrera, Gloria González Fuster, Elspeth Guild and Valsamis Mitsilegas. Download the pdf.