The proposal, which is being discussed by the Council and European Parliament, would enable police and judicial authorities to directly request providers of electronic communications, messaging apps and social media services located in other EU countries to share electronic evidence about their users (which could be either metadata or content) as part of criminal investigations.
Mr Tjabbe Bos, policy officer at the fight against cybercrime unit at the European Commission, presented the proposal and answered participants' questions.
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