e-Survey on cross border access to electronic information for the purpose of criminal investigations
The scope of the e-survey is to take stock of how electronic data is requested, accessed, and exchanged in cross-border criminal proceedings through existing EU MLAs and mutual recognition instruments, in particular the EIO. By looking at day-to-day practices, the e-Survey aims at identifying current challenges faced by private companies when receiving cross-border requests for access and exchange of electronic data. It also aims at verifying the existence of any domestic or EU initiatives aimed at ensuring mutual trust-based, fundamental rights-compliant, and efficiency-driven initiatives on access to e-data in criminal proceedings.
The replies provided to the questionnaire will be anonymised to ensure privacy. Statements from respondents might be quoted but never in a fashion that could be attributed to any specific person. Replies received though the questionnaire are for the use of the JUD-IT Project only and will not be forwarded to third parties.