CENTR community raises concerns with e-Evidence proposal
During GA61, which took place in Bordeaux from 21-22 March 2019, CENTR members approved a comment regarding the Proposal for a Regulation for electronic evidence in criminal matters.
The purpose of the e-Evidence Regulation is to ensure easier cross-border access to data held by service providers, including providers of internet domain name and numbering services. As “Internet infrastructure providers” who are directly affected by the Proposal and the obligations within, CENTR members raise several concerns with the proposed legislation and ask legislators to take into consideration and adequately assess the impact of the proposed e-Evidence package on ccTLD operators, who form the core of the public internet.
Please read the full CENTR Comment on the Proposal on e-Evidence here.