Sixth Session, Vienna, August 29th, 2023
- EFF's First oral statement Sixth Ad Hoc Committee on safeguards and criminal procedural measures.
- EFFs Second oral statement Sixth Ad Hoc Committee on safeguards, data protection and international cooperation.
Fourth Session, Vienna, January 9 to 20, 2023
- EFF and Derechos Digitales oral statement on general provisions. Delivered on January 17th.
- EFF additional statement on Cluster 5, 1, and 2.
- EFF statement on the informal group for Art. 47 (Real-time interception), Art. 48 (Interception of Content Data; and Art. 49 (Admission of Electronic Evidence). Delivered January 17th.
- Oral statement on criminalization Cluster 1 and 2 by Electronic Frontier Foundation, Red en Defensa de los Derechos Digitales, Derechos Digitales, Eticas, and Global Partners Digital. Delivered on January 10th.
- Oral statement on criminal procedural measures: Article 41, 43 & 46(4), 47 & 48 by Electronic Frontier Foundation. Delivered on January 11th.
- Oral statements on criminal procedural measures: Articles 41 & 42 by Red en Defensa de los Derechos Digitales, Electronic Frontier Foundation, Global Partners Digital. Delivered on January 12th.
Third inter-sessional consultation, Vienna, 3 and 4 November 2022
- EFF's speech at the inter-sessional consultation on general provisions, criminal measures and criminal procedural measures, and law enforcement.
Third Session, New York, 29 August to 9 September 2022
Second Session, Vienna, 30 May to 10 June 2022.
- Privacy International and EFF oral intervention re: criminal provision on [illegal/unlawful/unauthorized] access.
- Privacy International, EFF, and Human Rights Watch oral intervention re: general remarks on draft's substantive criminal provisions.
First Session, New York, 28 February to 11 March 2022
- EFF's second oral intervention on the Objective and Scope of the draft Convention: From a human rights perspective, it is essential that the scope of any convention be restricted to criminal matters. It should exclude national security, cyber warfare, or rules for internet governance. Content offenses such as misinformation, incitement to terror, and copyright infringement should be categorically excluded from the scope of the negotiations.
- EFF's first oral intervention on the importance of having a human-right-by-design approach in the proposed Cybercrime treaty.