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2002_11_05, OJ CATS 11 Article 36 meeting agenda
2002-11-28T21:36:19
Two of the highlights: "Note by the German delegation regarding computer-aided preventive searches carried out by individual Member States on the bases of co-ordinated offender profiles [Europe-wide electronic profile searches] Doc. 13626/02 ENFOPOL 130 13. [...] Agreement between EU and USA on judicial co-operation in criminal matters and on extradition."
1997_11_27,ENFOPOL 229_12787_97 krypto
2002-11-24T18:48:26
1998_01_13,ENFOPOL_1 grundsaetzliche ueberlegungen
2002-11-24T18:39:19
1998_02,ILEA Budapest audit
2002-11-24T18:29:20
1998_05_03,ENFOPOL_69
2002-11-24T18:27:58
1998_06_03,ENFOPOL_87
2002-11-24T18:25:33
1998_07_03,ENFOPOL_87_10102_98_discuss
2002-11-24T18:18:40
1998_07_24,POLICE_COOPERATION_S2383_Fax
2002-11-24T17:59:23
1998_09_03,ENFOPOL_98_deutsch
2002-11-24T17:35:55
1998_09_03,ENFOPOL_98_english
2002-11-24T17:34:06
1998_09_01,STOA_Appraisal.txt
2002-11-24T17:31:39
2002_11_05, OJ CATS 11 Article 36 meeting agenda
2002-11-22T13:36:36
Containing a note by the German delegation regarding computer-aided preventive searches carried out by individual Member States on the bases of co-ordinated offender profiles (Europe-wide electronic profile searches) Doc. 13626/02 ENFOPOL 130
1998_09_03,ENFOPOL 98 english
2002-11-21T20:38:57
1998_11_10,ENFOPOL 98 Rev1..htm
2002-11-21T20:35:46
1998_12_03,ENFOPOL 98 Rev2
2002-11-21T20:26:35
The second round in the consequent meltdown of ENFOPOL 98
1999_03_15,ENFOPOL 19 draft Council resolution
2002-11-21T17:42:53
Interception of telecommunications - Draft Council Resolution on new technologies (revised version of REV 2)...This was intended to be the final version of the revised "Requirements" to include the "new technologies". Although discussed in March 1999 it has not yet been adopted. This is partly due to the complex discussions ... also partly due to acknowledged "negative" media coverage The delay in adopting the revised "Requirements" has not stopped EU member states, like the UK, ameding their interception of telecommunications laws to include the "Requirements"
1999_05_03, WP 18 Working Party on protection of Individuals
2002-11-21T17:30:02
With Regard to the processing of personal data. Recommendation 2/99 on the respect of privacy in the context of interception of telecommunications Adopted on 3 May 1999
1999_11_16, ILETS St Cyr Meeting draft report
2002-11-21T17:14:45
Draft report ILETS 99 was held from 16 to 18 November 1999, in Saint Cyr au Mont d Or, in the premises of the ENSP [National college for police superintendents]. The topic of the Seminar was Reconciling data protection and privacy requirements in the 21st Century.
2000_07_12,ENFOPOL 52 French Presidency
2002-11-21T17:02:55
NOTE from : French Presidency to Working Party on Police Cooperation on "Advanced technologies: relations between the first and third pillars"
2000_10_31,ENFOPOL 71 ECO 316 Rev 1
2002-11-21T16:56:39
NOTE from: Working Party on Police Cooperation to: Article 36 Committee Relations between the first and third pillars on advanced technologies - Proposal for a Directive concerning the processing of personal data and the protection of privacy in the electronic communications sector
2000_11_27,ENFOPOL 71 ECO 316 Rev 1
2002-11-21T16:53:31
NOTE from working Party on Police Cooperation to Article 36 Committee: The Working Party on Police Cooperation considered the above draft Directive at its meeting on 25 October 2000. Various delegations (B/D/F/NL/S/UK) expressed misgivings about the implications of the Directive, in particular Article 6, where it is stated that "traffic data relating to subscribers and users processed for the purpose of the transmission of a communication and stored by the provider of a public communications network or service must be erased or made anonymous upon completion of the transmission."
2001_03_22,ENFOPOL 22 CRIMORG 35 G8 hitch crime contact network
2002-11-21T16:35:26
VERMERK des Vorsitzes für die Gruppe "Polizeiliche Zusammenarbeit" Kontaktstellennetz der G8 zur Bekämpfung der High-Tech-Kriminalität. Entwurf einer Empfehlung des Rates
2001_03_30,ENFOPOL 23 ECO 101 Swedish Note on traffic data t
2002-11-21T16:26:36
"Draft Conclusions of the Council of the European Union concerning the importance that law enforcement authorities have access to traffic data"
2001_06_20,ENFOPOL 55, ECO 143 [Draft] Council Resolution
2002-11-18T20:48:04
This "Council Resolution on law enforcement operational needs with respect to public telecommunication networks and services" to integrate the surveillance internet and wireless data networks never made it to legal validity. The attempt to update the 1995 resolution on "lawful interception" failed, because Germany did not agree. Exact reasons yet in the dark.
1999_10_13,Police Cooperation Working Group mixed committee meeting
2002-11-14T00:46:21
Interception of telecommunications. The Presidency provided information on the state of play...It recalled the negative press that this issue has received in the media...Against this background, the Presidency thus recognised that progress in this matter is being very slow. ...Several delegations expressed some caution as regards the preparation of a press release, noting that this could provoke a chain reaction and further negative press in the media. The Commission, whilst noting that its position has not changed, informed delegations that a possible way to break the deadlock could be following a similar strategy as that followed in tackling the issue of Child Pornography in the Internet. Although acknowledging that this was a different topic it also has an interception dimension."
2001_03_30,ENFOPOL29 - Law enforcement operational needs
2002-11-13T20:22:04
This document, a predecessor of ENFOPOL 55 [June 2001] was published first by statewatch.org, a civil rights database we highly recommend. ENFOPOL 29 [March 2001] is the effort to adaptate the 1995 EU Council decision on according to the "international user requirements" formulated in the US-dominated ILETs and then in the EU Council Police Cooperation Working Group.
2001_06_21,ENFOPOL 29 Europarl question Schroeder
2002-11-13T16:23:05
2002_04_11,EUROPOL experts meeting on data retention
2002-11-13T15:51:32
1999_10_01,Gutachten zu den ENFOPOL Plänen
2002-11-13T14:14:07
Im Auftrag des österreichischen Forums Mobilkommunikation von Univ.Prof. DDr. Heinz Mayer und RA Mag. Michael Pilz.Verfassungsrechtliche und strafprozessuale Aspekte des Konzeptes "ENFOPOL"
2000_11_27,ENFOPOL 71 ECO 316 Rev. 1
2002-05-30T14:58:20
The Working Party on Police Cooperation considered the aforementioned draft Directive at its meeting on 25 October 2000. Various delegations (B, D, F, NL, S, UK)expressed misgivings about Article 6. The article mentioned effectively states that "traffic data relating to subscribers and users processed for the purpose of the transmission of a communication and stored by the provider of a public communications network service or network, must be erased or made anonymous upon completion of the transmission".
2001_03_30;ENFOPOL 29, ECO 99
2002-05-30T14:55:54
Note from Presidency to Police Cooperation Working Party on "Law enforcement operational needs": Subject to national legislation, all kinds of telecommunications may be subject to interception and/or data searches in relation to enquiries. This document relates to the operational needs of LEAs (Law Enforcement Agencies) with respect to public telecommunication networks and services."
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