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Binnenkort nauwere samenwerking van internationale techreuzen met nationale speurders?

Binnenkort nauwere samenwerking van internationale techreuzen met nat

Binnenkort nauwere samenwerking van internationale techreuzen met nationale speurders?

20.06.2018 EU law

De GDPR is nog maar net in werking getreden, of de EU maakt zich al klaar om een volgend probleem aan te pakken: bewijs van strafbare feiten bevindt zich steeds vaker bij spelers in het buitenland, en wie is dan bevoegd om die op te vragen?

In dit artikel, gepubliceerd door de Juristenkrant, analyseert Charlotte Conings de regeling van de Verenigde Staten en vergelijkt deze met de voorstellen die bij de EU op tafel liggen.

U kan dit artikel raadplegen in de meest recente Juristenkrant Volume 2018, Nummer 371.

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