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Non-exhaustive list of ongoing projects

 

  • INFORM (INtroduction of the data protection reFORM to the judicial system). More information
    • Period and funding:
      Oct. 2017 - April 2019, co-funded by the European Union.
    • Objective:
      The aim of the project is to contribute to the effective and coherent application of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and to facilitate the implementation and practical application of Directive 2016/680.
    • Inthemis's role:
      Contribution to the Data Protection regulatory review & training material elaboration; lead of a comparative analysis on the differences between Directive 95/46/EC & GDPR and its relation to the other fundamental rights.
    • Study performed so far:
      Estelle De Marco, Comparative study between Directive 95/46/EC & the GDPR including their relations to fundamental rights, March 2018, Deliverable D2.10, INFORM project(INtroduction of the data protection reFORM to the judicial system), JUST-JTRA-EJTR-AG-2016, GA n° 763866, http://informproject.eu/fr/resultats/ (to be published soon)
  • REQUEST (REcursive QUEry and Scalable Technologies). More information
    • Project URL:
      http://projet-request.org/
    • Period and funding:
      Feb. 2014 - Feb. 2018, co-funded by the French "Fonds National pour la société numérique - investissements d'avenir".
    • Objective:
      The REQUEST project aims at merging the areas of big data, big analytics, visual analytics and cloud computing, in order to create innovative services within the framework of three processing chains dedicated to transportation, cybersecurity and cybercrime (in cooperation with the Gendarmerie Nationale).
    • Inthemis's role:
      Lead of the work-package aimed at ensuring legal and ethical compliance of technological developments.
  • iPROCEEDS (Cooperation on Cybercrime under the Instrument of Pre-accession (IPA): Project on targeting crime proceeds on the Internet in South-eastern Europe and Turkey). More information
    • Project URL:
      http://www.coe.int/en/web/cybercrime/iproceeds
    • Period and funding:
      Dec. 2015 - Dec. 2019, co-funded by the European Union and the Council of Europe.
    • Objective:
      The iPROCEEDS project aims to contribute to the strengthening of the rule of law through the fight against corruption and organised crime, and more specifically to strengthen the capacity of authorities in the beneficiaries to search, seize and confiscate cybercrime proceeds and prevent money laundering on the Internet.
    • Inthemis's role (Estelle De Marco):
      As a Council of Europe expert, facilitator (Judicial training workshop in Zagreb, 11-12 October 2016) and lead of the update of introductory and advanced training modules on cybercrime and electronic evidence for judges and prosecutors, with the cooperation of other experts.
    • Studies performed so far:
      Update of the introductory course on cybercrime and electronic evidence for judges and prosecutors, including the development of a lesson relating to conditions and safeguards (fundamental rights preservation) provided for in article 15 of the Budapest Convention.



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