20 October 2021
Euractiv, 20 October 2021.
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"EU co-legislators appear to be approaching common ground on several key points of the e-Evidence proposal including notification obligations, order suspensions, and grounds for refusal, according to an internal document.
The document, published by Statewatch, is one of the latest briefings to EU governments on the current negotiations around the European Production and Preservation Orders for electronic evidence in criminal matters."
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