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Data protection, migration and border control, the GDPR, the Law Enforcement Directive and beyond., Teresa Quintel

This book assesses data protection rules that are applicable to the processing of personal data in a law enforcement context. It offers the first extensive analysis of the LED and Regulation (EU) 2018/1725. It illustrates the challenges arising from the unclear delineation between the different data protection instruments at both national and EU level. Taking a practical approach, it exemplifies situations where the application of data protection instruments could give rise to a lowering of data protection standards where the data protection rules applicable in the law enforcement context are interpreted broadly. The scope of data protection instruments applied by law enforcement authorities impacts processing for purposes of border control, migration management and asylum because there is an unclear delineation between the different data protection instruments
Table Of Contents
Introduction : the emergence of multiple function creeps -- The end of purpose limitation -- The Overly Broad Application of Directive (EU) 2016/680 -- The blurred line between EU Law Enforcement Agencies and EU Migration Agencies -- Concluding remarks
Literary Form
non fiction
1st ed.
Physical Description
268 pages.
Form Of Item

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