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Handling and Exchanging Electronic Evidence Across Europe

Author: Maria Angela Biasiotti; Jeanne Pia Mifsud Bonnici; Joe Cannataci; Fabrizio Turchi
Publisher: Cham : Springer, 2018.
Series: Law, Governance and Technology Ser.
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This volume offers a general overview on the handling and regulating electronic evidence in Europe, presenting a standard for the exchange process. Chapters explore the nature of electronic evidence and readers will learn of the challenges involved in upholding the necessary standards and maintaining the integrity of information. Challenges particularly occur when European Union member states collaborate and  Read more...
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Biasiotti, Maria Angela
Handling and Exchanging Electronic Evidence Across Europe
Cham : Springer,c2018
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Maria Angela Biasiotti; Jeanne Pia Mifsud Bonnici; Joe Cannataci; Fabrizio Turchi
ISBN: 9783319748726 3319748726
OCLC Number: 1043618534
Notes: Description based upon print version of record.
6 Electronic Evidence: Challenges and Opportunities for Law Enforcement
Description: 1 online resource (417 p.)
Contents: Intro; Contents; Part I Setting the Scene; 1 Introduction: Opportunities and Challenges for Electronic Evidence; 1.1 The Current Scenario; 1.2 Digital Forensics; 1.3 Legal Framework in Europe; 1.4 The Volume; 1.5 Final Reflections; References; 2 Present and Future of the Exchange of Electronic Evidence in Europe; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 The EU's Action on the Subject of ElectronicEvidence: Modernising the Procedures; 2.3 Operational Initiatives of European Institutions; 2.4 European Project Action to Promote the Exchange of Electronic Evidence; 2.4.1 European Project Initiatives 2.4.1.1 The Evidence Project2.4.1.2 The e-Codex Project; 2.4.1.3 The e-MLA Project (Interpol); 2.4.1.4 The Programme of the Council of Europe: Council of Europe Cybercrime Programme; 2.4.1.5 The UNODC-United Nations Office for Drugs and Crime Project; 2.5 Suggestions for the Creation of a Common European Framework for the Exchange of Electronic Evidence; 2.6 Future Scenarios; References; Part II International Perspective; 3 e-Evidence and Access to Data in the Cloud Results of the Cloud Evidence Group of the Cybercrime Convention Committee; 3.1 Background; 3.2 Key Issues 3.2.1 Subscriber Versus Traffic Versus Content Data3.2.2 Mutual Legal Assistance; 3.2.3 Loss of (Knowledge) of Location; 3.2.4 A Provider Offering a Service in the Territory of a State; 3.2.5 Voluntary Disclosure by Private Sector Entities; 3.2.6 Emergency Procedures; 3.2.7 Data Protection and Other Safeguards; 3.3 Recommendations; 3.3.1 More Efficient Mutual Legal Assistance; 3.3.2 Guidance Note on Article 18 on the Production of Subscriber Information; 3.3.3 Domestic Regimes for the Disclosure of Subscriber Information; 3.3.4 Practical Measures to Improve Cooperation with Providers 3.3.5 An Additional Protocol to the Budapest Convention on Cybercrime3.4 Conclusions and Follow Up; 4 The Evolution of Expressing and Exchanging Cyber-Investigation Information in a Standardized Form; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Motivation; 4.3 Background; 4.4 UCO Overview; 4.5 CASE Overview; 4.6 Provenance; 4.7 Fully-Structured Data in CASE; 4.8 Representing Actions in CASE; 4.9 Action Lifecycle; 4.10 Guiding Principles; 4.11 Conclusions and Next Steps; References 5 ``All Along the Watchtower'': Matters Not Yet Solved Regarding Communication Interception Systems and Electronic Data Retained on Foreign Servers5.1 Athens, October 2008; 5.2 Once Upon a Time There Was the Problem of VoIP Calls and the Interception of Their Communications; 5.3 The Interception of @.com Email Accounts; 5.4 The Current State of Interceptions: Via Trojans-of VoIP Communications Systems (Including Today's Online Instant Messaging Systems) with Encryption Protocols and of @.com Email Accounts; 5.5 USA vs. EU; References; Part III Institutional/Operational Perspective
Series Title: Law, Governance and Technology Ser.

Abstract:

This volume offers a general overview on the handling and regulating electronic evidence in Europe, presenting a standard for the exchange process. Chapters explore the nature of electronic evidence and readers will learn of the challenges involved in upholding the necessary standards and maintaining the integrity of information. Challenges particularly occur when European Union member states collaborate and evidence is exchanged, as may be the case when solving a cybercrime. One such challenge is that the variety of possible evidences is so wide that potentially anything may become the evidence of a crime. Moreover, the introduction and the extensive use of information and communications technology (ICT) has generated new forms of crimes or new ways of perpetrating them, as well as a new type of evidence. Contributing authors examine the legal framework in place in various EU member states when dealing with electronic evidence, with prominence given to data protection and privacy issues. Readers may learn about the state of the art tools and standards utilized for treating and exchanging evidence, and existing platforms and environments run by different Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs) at local and central level. Readers will also discover the operational point of view of LEAs when dealing with electronic evidence, and their requirements and expectations for the future. Finally, readers may consider a proposal for realizing a unique legal framework for governing in a uniform and aligned way the treatment and cross border exchange of electronic evidence in Europe. The use, collection and exchange of electronic evidence in the European Union context and the rules, practises, operational guidelines, standards and tools utilized by LEAs, judges, Public prosecutors and other relevant stakeholders are all covered in this comprehensive work. It will appeal to researchers in both law and computer science, as well as those with an interest in privacy, digital forensics, electronic evidence, legal frameworks and law enforcement.--

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