Video surveillance - data protection report: Article 29 Working Party
Italian EU Council Presidency: Plan to put protestors under surveillance and deny entry to suspected troublemakers: Special Report
EU: Exchanging information on terrorists or protestors? Report
Denmark: Border checks for people "suspected of intending to carry out disturbances": Report
UK: Government wants to introduce compulsory ID cards: Report
EU plans to extend the Schengen Information System (SIS) to: i) create EU database to target "suspected" protestors and bar them from entering a country where a protest is planned; ii) create EU database of all "foreigners" to remove third country nationals who have not left within the "prescribed time frame": Special Statewatch report (3.12.01)
Proposal to create EU para-military police units to counter protests: Report (2.10.01)
EU plans to combat terrorism: definition of "terrorism" to cover groups with the aim of "seriously altering... the political, economic or social structure" of one or more countries and their institutions and includes "urban violence" (21.9.01): Report and documents
Public order: The "enemy within": EU plans for the surveillance of protestors and the criminalisation of protests: Statewatch report (22.8.01)
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