EuroCOP Weekly News Roundup: 25 June

European Commission Commission takes strong stance against Danish asylum law The Commission has said Danish government plans to outsource its entire asylum procedures to non-EU countries would be illegal, contravening […]

EuroCOP Weekly News Roundup: 18 June

European Commission Legislative process for EU Digital COVID Certificates concludes, with adoption in 16 EU countries already On 14 June, the Presidents of the European Parliament, the Council of the […]

EuroCOP Weekly News Roundup: 11 June

European Commission Commission adopts new legal clauses to safeguard personal data On Friday 4 June, the Commission adopted and published finalized version of new standard contractual clauses – to provide […]

EuroCOP Weekly News Roundup: 4 June

European Commission EU Public Prosecutor’s Office begins operating On Tuesday 1 June, the Luxembourg-based European Public Prosecutor’s Office (EPPO) began operating for the first time, after more than two decades […]

EuroCOP Weekly News Roundup: 28 May

European Commission Debate surrounds controversial European e-Evidence regulation The European e-Evidence proposal, which aims to improve cross-border access to electronic evidence across the EU, is still being negotiated within trilogues […]

EuroCOP Weekly News Roundup: 21 May

European Commission Political agreement reached at EU level on EU Digital COVID Certificate After negotiations between the European Parliament and the Council, a provisional political agreement was reached on the […]