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PUBLICATION DATE:30 November 2023
Criminals swiftly adapt to new technology and incorporate them into their modus operandi, posing considerable obstacles for law enforcement agencies and the judiciary. Intellectual property (IP) crime is no exception. Generative AI can supply criminals with a wide range of tools to enhance their...
PUBLICATION DATE:08 November 2023
This paper summarises the discussions of the focus group of specialised prosecutors against trafficking in human beings (‘THB Focus Group of Prosecutors’) at their second meeting held at Eurojust premises on 28 and 29 June 2023. This meeting: gathered specialised prosecutors and investigative judges...
PUBLICATION DATE:07 November 2023
As the EU Agency for Criminal Justice Cooperation, Eurojust sits at the heart of cross-border judicial cooperation. With over 20 years of experience, we offer support and legal expertise to prosecutors and investigative judges from EU Member States and partner countries. The landscape of criminal...
PUBLICATION DATE:31 October 2023
On 31 October 2023, an amendment of the Eurojust Regulation entered into force, enhancing Eurojust’s ability to identify links between terrorism investigations and prosecutions, to establish a modern Case Management System, to provide a secure digital communication channel between Member States and...
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Digital Information Exchange in Terrorism Cases
On 31 October 2023, an amendment of the Eurojust Regulation entered into force, enhancing Eurojust’s ability to identify links between terrorism investigations and prosecutions, to establish a modern Case Management System, to provide a secure digital communication channel between Member States and Eurojust, and to facilitate cooperation with third countries. This leaflet provides an overview of the amendment and its consequences for the digital information exchange in terrorism cases.
Advertising-funded digital piracy
The use of advertising to fund websites and mobile apps that offer pirated content has become an insidious practice within the online piracy landscape. This flyer gives an overview of the scale of the problem, the actors operating within the advertising ecosystem, and the types and formats of advertising. It also discusses links to malvertising and other crimes. Finally, the flyer presents national case-law examples and existing EU initiatives to combat advertising on piracy sites.
Application of the principle of legality, right to a fair trial and other protected rights in core international crimes cases
This report outlines the most prominent cases in which the European Court of Human Rights evaluated the application of Article 7 of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR). Article 7 provides that ‘no one shall be held guilty of any criminal offence on account of any act or omission which did not constitute a criminal offence under national or international law at the time when it was committed’. The decisions presented in this report confirmed that the retroactive application of domestic...
Case-law by the Court of Justice of the European Union on the European Arrest Warrant
This document, which is updated biannually, provides an overview of the case-law of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) with regard to the application of Framework Decision 2002/584/JHA of 13 June 2002 on the European Arrest Warrant (EAW) and the surrender procedures between Member States (EAW FD). The case-law overview contains summaries of the CJEU’s judgments categorised according to a set of important keywords that largely reflect the structure of the EAW FD.
The crime of aggression in the national laws of EU Member States, Genocide Network Observer States and Ukraine
This paper provides a comparative overview of the way in which EU Member States, Genocide Network Observer States and Ukraine have implemented the crime of aggression in their domestic laws. How is the crime of aggression defined in national criminal codes? Have the majority of states adopted the definition provided by Article 8bis of the Rome Statute? Do they exercise universal jurisdiction over this crime, similar to war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide?