Core themes of this webinar:
The balance between the fundamental right to privacy and the need to obtain unique e-evidence in complex criminal cases
Jurisdictional conundrums of requesting, collecting and processing e-evidence in international investigations, and the right to an effective defence
Legal grounds to access E- evidence and tools for prosecutors and law enforcement to obtain information available on mobile phones and the cloud
Lawful powers and technical competency in the recovery of digital evidence from mobile devices (also stored in the cloud)
The collection and use of electronic evidence in criminal proceedings from the perspective of the ECHR
Who should attend?
Judges, prosecutors, lawyers, law enforcement, privacy practitioners, DPAs, digital forensic experts, cybersecurity experts, policy makers, Eu and governmental representatives, mobile company executives, telecom operators, internet and cloud computing service provides, legislators, BAR Association representatives, human rights activists, law and technology researchers and students