Ilhan Kyuchyuk (ALDE ), in writing
In the new digital age, it is our moral duty to protect the rights and freedoms of EU citizens. We should propose general data protection regulation that creates confidence in citizens, gives them right to transfer their data to other service provider and protects their personal data. Therefore, in order to be fully effective and efficient for the citizens, the new data directive should set out clear rights and limitations on data transfers for the purpose of prevention, investigation, detection or prosecution of criminal offences. Thus, in this manner, data transfers for policing and judicial purposes among law enforcement authorities of member states before all will respect citizens’ fundamental right to privacy and the fight against terrorism, cybercrime and transborder crime will be well organised.
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