Surveillance before National Courts
At the conference "SIGINT intelligence transnational activities in France and Europe: a changing landscape" at Sciences Po University in Paris, France, Thorsten Wetzling will participate on the panel “Surveillance before National Courts". In this final panel of the SIGINT conference, the aim is to take stock of the pending litigation before national courts on surveillance measures of certain states, and make educated guesses on their possible results. This panel will also examine key aspects of recently adopted national legislation that engages the issues developed in the previous panels. Other panelists are Marie Laure Basilien-Gainche (Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3, France), Félix Tréguer (Institute for Communication Sciences (ISCC), France) (France – 2015 Intelligence Act), Lorna Woods (University of Essex, UK) and Scarlet Kim (Privacy International, UK) (UK – Investigatory Powers Act), Kurt Graulich (Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany) and Théodore Christakis (Université Grenoble Alpes, France) (USA - CLOUD Act).