Els De Busser in German Law Journal: "EU-US Digital Data Exchange to Combat Financial Crime: Fast is the New Slow"
The German Law Journal published its latest Special Issue EU Security Governance and Financial Crimes, which was co-edited by dr. Els De Busser and included one of her articles.
Els contributed the article "EU-US Digital Data Exchange to Combat Financial Crime: Fast is the New Slow" which analyzes how transnational cooperation requires data exchanges across different legal regimes. You can read or download the article here (open access).
The article is part of a Special Issue on EU Security Governance and Financial Crimes, an issue which sits at the intersection of criminal law and company law, raising questions about the state of European integration in the sensitive area of law enforcement, and concluding with a reflection whether human dignity, rather than individual autonomy, should guide data protection law, given that the potential uses of personal data often remain opaque. Els De Busser was a guest editor for this issue, together with Ester Herlin-Karnell. The entire issue is available on the German Law Journal website (open access).