Latest reports on cybercrime and law enforcement: including problems
with encryption, jurisdiction, and obtaining evidence
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Presidency report: Encryption: Challenges for criminal justice in relation to the use of encryption - future steps - progress report: Encryption: Challenges for criminal justice in relation to the use of encryption - future steps - progress report (EU doc no: 14711-16: Note: says it is a LIMITE document but this was removed by a later COR 1).
Overview of discussions and efforts so far, and includes "the four-steps approach... as basis for the future work in this regard."
European Commission: Detailed report on work so far and in progress: Non-paper: Progress Report on Improving Criminal Justice in Cyberspace (13072-REV-1-16, pdf)
Both reports were discussed and approved by the JHA Council on 8-9 December (see Press release on 'Criminal justice in cyberspace', p.7)
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