The event comprised panels spread over three days. The Case of Counter-Terrorism.
She concluded that the EU does show characteristics of an actor within the field of counterterrorism, albeit a weak one not devoid of limitations. It used the case of the transfer of PNR data by EU airlines to US authorities to highlight the delicate balancing act with which the EU is faced when introducing counter-terrorism measures, whereby on the one hand it strives to create an area of security for its citizens while at the same time it needs to protect their fundamental freedoms. As a backdrop to the case study, the paper looked at the developments in the EU after the attacks of 11 September and the tradition of data protection in both the EU and the US.
The case study itself began by looking at the legal implications of, and initial reactions to, the U. Aviation and Transportation Security Act of 19 November which required all airlines flying to, from or through the U.
Finally it considered the current status of the issue and concluded that the EU needs to exercise more caution and take the opinion of the democratically elected parliament and data protection groups more seriously when considering agreements with the US regarding the transfer of personal data of EU citizens. Entire UL. Skip to search Skip to main content.
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The Ethics of Territorial Borders
Edition First edition. Imprint New York : Palgrave Macmillan, Physical description vi, p. Series Palgrave series in African borderlands studies.
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