Civil liberties in Spain have deteriorated markedly in recent years. Will the new 'progressive' government take action?
The father and brother of a man who volunteered to fight for the anti-ISIS Kurdish group the YPG have been charged with terrorism offences.
Members of an extreme-right 'prepper' group have been arrested in Germany - and a police officer is amongst those arrested.
An article in Tagesspiel outlines that despite promising to relocate a quarter of the people who were dismebarked in southern Europe since September 2019, Germany has failed to do so.
Press release from the Lesvos Legal Centre.
A new project from the European University Institute and the Migration Policy Centre looking at the EU's 'interoperable' databases.
An overview of the long-running saga of the British authorities' misuse and abuse of the Schengen Information System.
The European Court of Human Rights has ruled that the UK's policy of indefinite retentiono of DNA data is unlawful.
The Irish Department of Social Protection has announced that it uses facial recognition technology for the public services card programme, reversing its previous position.
"Delegations will find attached the joint paper of the outgoing Finnish Presidency and the Croatian Presidency on the implementation of the renewed EU Internal Security Strategy.
Catharina Ziebritzki argues that public liability law could prove useful in trying to hold EU agencies legally accountable for human rights violations in the 'hotspots' in Italy and Greece.
An event at the IRR in London on 27 February 2020.
Frontex has been given an expanded role in the EU's security research programme, which has long-been criticised for subsidising the production of surveillance technology by arms and security companies.
"The United Kingdom will seek to diverge from EU data protection rules and establish their own ‘sovereign’ controls in the field, the UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Monday (3 February)."
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