Statewatch analyses

This Observatory covers the so-called "interoperability" of EU JHA databases which in reality will create a centralised EU state database covering all existing and future JHA databases.

• UPDATED: The “Point of no return”: Interoperability morphs into the creation of a Big Brother centralised EU state database including all existing and future Justice and Home Affairs databases (pdf) by Tony Bunyan: This Analysis looks at key critiques of EU plans to create a pervasive EU state database covering existing and future Justice and Home Affairs databases. (July 2018)

The “Point of no return”: Interoperability morphs into the creation of a Big Brother centralised EU state database including all existing and future Justice and Home Affairs databases (pdf) by Tony Bunyan: This Analysis looks at key critiques of EU plans to create a pervasive EU state database covering existing and future Justice and Home Affairs databases. (May 2018)

Briefing: The interoperability of Justice and Home Affairs databases (by Tony Bunyan, March 2018)

The Shape of Things to Come: Chapter 6 (by Tony Bunyan, 2009)

The “principle of availability”: the free market in access to data/intelligence will rely on “self-regulation” by the law enforcement agencies and make accountability almost meaningless (by Tony Bunyan, December 2006).


 

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