Data & Jurisdiction Policy Options: Cross-border access to user data

Kevin Bankston, Eduardo Bertoni, Jennifer Daskal, Lanah Kammourieh Donnelly, Jane Horvath, Mark Lange, Greg Nojeim, Alexander Seger, Dan Jerker B Svantesson, Robert Young, Cathrin Bauer-Bulst, Aaron Cooper, Brendan Eiffe, Gail Kent, Brad Marden, Erik Planken, Christoph Steck, Peter Swire

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Abstract

This document aims to provide, in a forward-looking approach, guiding elements to structure further discussion at the second Global Internet and Jurisdiction Conference in Ottawa on February 26-28, 2018, and beyond regarding cross-border access to digital evidence in the cloud, in order to reconcile high human rights standards and procedural efficiency in criminal investigation.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherInternet & Jurisdiction
Number of pages10
Publication statusPublished - Nov 2017
Event2nd Global Internet And Jurisdiction Conference 2018 - Ottawa, Canada
Duration: 26 Feb 201828 Feb 2018
https://conference.internetjurisdiction.net/

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Bankston, K., Bertoni, E., Daskal, J., Donnelly, L. K., Horvath, J., Lange, M., ... Swire, P. (2017). Data & Jurisdiction Policy Options: Cross-border access to user data. Internet & Jurisdiction.
Bankston, Kevin ; Bertoni, Eduardo ; Daskal, Jennifer ; Donnelly, Lanah Kammourieh ; Horvath, Jane ; Lange, Mark ; Nojeim, Greg ; Seger, Alexander ; Svantesson, Dan Jerker B ; Young, Robert ; Bauer-Bulst, Cathrin ; Cooper, Aaron ; Eiffe, Brendan ; Kent, Gail ; Marden, Brad ; Planken, Erik ; Steck, Christoph ; Swire, Peter. / Data & Jurisdiction Policy Options : Cross-border access to user data. Internet & Jurisdiction, 2017. 10 p.
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Data & Jurisdiction Policy Options : Cross-border access to user data. / Bankston, Kevin; Bertoni, Eduardo; Daskal, Jennifer; Donnelly, Lanah Kammourieh; Horvath, Jane; Lange, Mark; Nojeim, Greg; Seger, Alexander; Svantesson, Dan Jerker B; Young, Robert; Bauer-Bulst, Cathrin; Cooper, Aaron; Eiffe, Brendan ; Kent, Gail; Marden, Brad; Planken, Erik; Steck, Christoph; Swire, Peter.

Internet & Jurisdiction, 2017. 10 p.

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