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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:11 November 2022
Serious and organised crime in the European Union continues to present a threat to our citizens, societies and economies. It crosses borders and seeks vulnerabilities with no regard for the law, leading it to increase in complexity and scale. As the European Union Agency for Criminal Justice...
PUBLICATION DATE:11 November 2022
The College of Eurojust adopted the Single Programming Document 2022-2024 on 14 December 2021 (College Decision 2021-16). On 4 October 2022, the College approved an amended version (College Decision 2022-07), for incorporating: The new tasks and financial resources granted to Eurojust in May 2022...
PUBLICATION DATE:21 October 2022
The factsheets of the Italian Desk at Eurojust, produced for Italian magistrates, share experience on international judicial cooperation. They aim to enable more effective, correct and rapid use of the key instruments of international judicial cooperation, while also assisting Italian magistrates in...
PUBLICATION DATE:20 October 2022
PUBLICATION DATE:07 October 2022
This leaflet describes the WB CRIM JUST project dedicated to enhancing cross-border judicial cooperation in the Western Balkans, implemented by Eurojust and funded by the European Union Instrument of Pre-accession Assistance (IPA III). The leaflet outlines the project’s aims and objectives, how it...
PUBLICATION DATE:07 October 2022
The College of Eurojust adopted the Single Programming Document 2022-2024 on 14 December 2021 (College Decision 2021-16). The present amended version incorporates: The new tasks and financial resources1 granted to Eurojust in May 2022, as regards the preservation, analysis and storage of evidence...
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...