Crime Types: Key documents

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PUBLICATION DATE:20 December 2022
In recent years, online platforms have been increasingly used to promote the unauthorized use of copyright-protected material. Copyright violations can be found in a variety of contexts, ranging from illegal live streaming of sporting events to online advertising of counterfeit luxury goods...
PUBLICATION DATE:14 December 2022
The Eurojust annual meeting on Migrant Smuggling was organised by Eurojust on 19 and 20 October 2022 and represented the largest meeting ever of prosecutors who specialise in tackling migrant smuggling. More than 80 practitioners - prosecutors and investigative judges - from 34 countries and...
PUBLICATION DATE:13 December 2022
Rapidly developing technologies have paved the way for new forms of counterfeiting, causing serious harm to trademark holders and their reputation as well as to the health and safety of customers often unaware of the illegal nature of counterfeit goods. The seriousness of the crime of counterfeiting...
PUBLICATION DATE:16 November 2022
The Digital Services Act (DSA) is a new EU legislative act protecting the digital space against the spread of illegal content and at the same time ensure the protection of users’ fundamental rights by creating a safe and trusted online environment. The DSA will be applicable to a large category of...
PUBLICATION DATE:20 October 2022
PUBLICATION DATE:21 September 2022
These guidelines aim to assist civil society organisations to collect and preserve information related to international crimes and human rights violations, which may become admissible evidence in court. A series of proposed ‘do’s and don’ts’ are provided, on what may be helpful and what could...
PUBLICATION DATE:16 September 2022
This catalogue provides practitioners and legal experts with quick access to national case law and relevant legal documents across all EU Member States and 13 affiliated Third Countries with whom Eurojust has signed cooperation agreements. Access to the judicial libraries is provided through...
PUBLICATION DATE:16 September 2022
Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) is a technology that enables the broadcasting of television content through the internet, instead of traditional methods, such as satellite or cable. The proliferation of illegal IPTV services by providers without the correct licenses has become an increasing...
PUBLICATION DATE:08 September 2022
Environmental crime is expanding rapidly, and is one of the most profitable forms of illegal activity in the world. It is a crime type with a specific set of challenges. Cases are complex, international, and often linked with other crimes, while also requiring highly specialised expertise and...
PUBLICATION DATE:01 September 2022
The number of money laundering cases registered at Eurojust has steadily increased since 2016, representing 12–14 % of all registered cases. Eurojust organised 600 coordination meetings between involved national authorities, and supported 33 action days and the establishment of 116 new joint...