Reports by eu-Lisa, the European Data Protection Supervisor, the Article 29 Working Party, the Fundamental Rights Agency and other bodies.
• Chairs of the SIS II, VIS and Eurodac Supervision Coordination Groups: Opinion on the Proposals for two Regulations establishing a framework for interoperability between EU large-scale information systems (10484/18, 27 June 2018, pdf)
• EDPS calls for wider debate on the future of information sharing in the EU (Press release, 16 April 2018, pdf) and Opinion (16 April 2018, full-text, pdf)
• Article 29 Committee: Opinion on Commission proposals on establishing a framework for interoperability between EU information systems in the field of borders and visa as well as police and judicial cooperation, asylum and migration (pdf)
• Opinion 9/2017: EDPS Opinion on the proposal for a Regulation on the eu-LISA (9 October 2017, pdf)
• Comments on the Communication of the Commission on interoperability of European databases (10 March 2006, pdf)
• EU Fundamental Rights Agency: Interoperability and fundamental rights implications (11 April 2018, pdf)
• EU Fundamental Rights Agency: Under watchful eyes: biometrics, EU IT systems and fundamental rights (2018, pdf)
• Article 29 Working Party: Opinion on Commission proposals on establishing a framework for interoperability between EU information systems in the field of borders and visa as well as police and judicial cooperation, asylum and migration (11 April 2018, pdf)
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