No 14/06: The “principle of availability” (December 2006)
No 13/06: EU data protection in police and judicial cooperation matters: Rights of suspects and defendants under attack by law enforcement demands (October 2006)
No 12/06: Schengen Information System (SIS) II - legislation agreed (October 2006)
No 11/06: Detection technologies and democracy (September 2006)
No 10/06: EU: Fingerprinting of children - the debate goes on (August 2006)
No 9/06: EU states will be free to fingerprint children from day one of their life as soon as it is technologically possible (July 2006)
No 8/06: Summary - Schengen Information System II (June 2006)
No 7/06: Openness and transparency in the Council (June 2006)
No 6/06: On the alleged use of European countries by the CIA for the transportation and illegal detention of prisoners (May 2006)
No 5/06: Transferring the Third Pillar (May 2006)
No 4/06: Arming Big Brother: new research reveals the true costs of Europe's security-industrial complex (April 2006)
No 3/06: Viewpoint: Our freedom, their labour: a tradesmans entrance for Fortress Europe (March 2006)
No 2/06: On the alleged use of European countries by the CIA for the transportation and illegal detention of prisoners (March 2006)
No 1/06: The EU's Police Chief Task Force (PCTF) and Police Chiefs Committee (March 2006)
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