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Updated Overview on Position of Public Prosecutors in Relation to the EAW 
On 30 March 2020, Eurojust published a new version of its country-by-country overview on the position of public prosecutors in relation to the European Arrest Warrant. Read more

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CJEU Transfers Petruhhin Doctrin to EFTA Nationals 
3 April 2020
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On 2 April 2020, the Grand Chamber of the CJEU decided that the outcome of the landmark Petruhhin judgment must be applied by analogy to a national of an EFTA State if his/her extradition is sought by a third country. Read more

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CJEU Ruling in Spanish Rapper Case: Legislation at Time of Offence is Decisive 
2 April 2020
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In the surrender case of rap artist Valtònyc , the CJEU ruled that the executing authority must take into account the law of the issuing State in the version applicable to the facts giving rise to the case in which the EAW was issued. The CJEU gives guidance on the interpretation of the double criminality requirement set out in Art. 2(2) and Art. 2(4) FD EAW. Read more

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Coronavirus Dominates JHA Council Meeting of March 2020 
1 April 2020
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The first formal JHA Council meeting under the Croatian Presidency on 13 March 2020 was dominated by the coronavirus crisis. Ministers discussed civil protection items. Read more

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Humanitarian Crisis in Syria: OLAF Detects Fraud and Misuse of EU Funds 
1 April 2020
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OLAF reports on two investigations in which it unveiled fraud and misuse of EU assistance to humanitarian projects in Syria. Read more

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Successful OLAF Operations Against Smuggling 
1 April 2020
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In February 2020, OLAF informed the public about several successful actions against illicit trade and trafficking. Read more

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OLAF Investigation into Fake COVID-19 Related Products 
1 April 2020
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OLAF fights against fraudsters who make benefit from the distress and needs following the coronavirus outbreak. Read more

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Brexit – The Way Forward 
1 April 2020
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After the United Kingdom left the EU on 31 January 2020, the EU set its position for the future relationship after the end of the transition period on 31 December 2020. Read more

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CCBE Position Paper on AI 
1 April 2020
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In a position paper of March 2020, the CCBE outlines considerations on the legal aspects of artificial intelligence (AI). The CCBE voices several concerns over the use of AI in areas directly concerning the legal profession. Read more

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EP: Resolution on Artificial Intelligence and Automated Decision Making 
1 April 2020
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In a resolution of 12 February 2020, the EP deals with consumer protection as regards AI technology and automated decision making (ADM). It sets out that an examination of the current EU legal framework is needed to check whether it is able to properly respond to AI and ADM. Read more

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Commission: White Paper on AI 
1 April 2020
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On 19 February 2020, the Commission presented a “White Paper on Artificial Intelligence: a European approach to excellence and trust.” The White Paper outlines policy options on how to achieve the dual objectives of promoting the uptake of artificial intelligence and addressing the risks associated with certain uses of this new technology. Read more

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EP LIBE: AI in Criminal Law 
1 April 2020
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On 20 February 2020, experts reported on the benefits and risks of artificial intelligence in the criminal law framework at a hearing in EP's LIBE committee. Read more

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MEPs: Revision of EAW Would Open Pandora’s Box 
1 April 2020
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On 20 February 2020, MEPs discussed policy options for the European Arrest Warrant. A number of challenges were raised. MEPs are not eager to revise the FD, however, because this would open “Pandora’s box” and the achievements would (again) be at stake. Read more

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EPRS Study on European Arrest Warrant 
1 April 2020
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An EPRS report observes that the FD EAW is generally recognised as a successful instrument; however, its application has triggered a number of problems: Also, requested persons experienced difficulties in effectively exercising their procedural rights. Read more

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FRA’s Workplan in 2020 
At the beginning of 2020, FRA published a calendar with scheduled products for 2020. The calendar covers issues such as:Migration;Child rights;Disability;Roma;Ageing;Integration;Artificial intelligence, etc.One of FRA’s priorities for the year 2020 will be the national application of … Read more

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