Stream on electronic evidence at the Czech law and information technology conference
C4e organized a section dealing with electronic evidence in criminal proceedings within the Czech Law and Information Technology Conference.
The stream mainly focused on the issue of Data retention, which is very discussed topic in the Czech Republic, as the issue of the future of the legal regulation of the retention of traffic and location data in connection with the decision of the Court of Justice of the European Union in the case of Sverige is currently being discussed. Two talks by Kateřina Jamborová and Miroslav Uřičař were presented in this section.
The section also addressed the issue of the implementation and use of the EIO in the provision of digital evidence in criminal proceedings. The lecture was prepared as a activity of the LIVE_FOR project by a member of C4e andthe head of the section Václav Stupka.
The last lecture on the use of evidence obtained by the intervention in the right to privacy in criminal proceedings was prepared by Marcela Tittlová.
Fore more information see: http://cpit.law.muni.cz/
C4e is a part of CONCORDIA H2020 project
CONCORDIA is a Horizon 2020 project that aims to integrate European cyber security competencies to strengthen European digital sovereignty and cybersecurity. One of the project consortium members is Masaryk University, specifically C4e.
Czech ICT law
On September 20 and 21, the Institute of Law and Technology of the Faculty of Law of MU, which cooperates with C4e, organizes the conference Czech Law and Information Technology.
The SecureFlex project gets funding
First LIVE_FOR Educational workshop
The first LIVE_FOR educational workshop with a title “European Investigation Order and Digital Forensics” will take place in March 2018.