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Europe Data Protection Digest | New rules give Europol more power to fight cybercrime, terrorism Related reading: Garante alleges OpenAI's ChatGPT violated GDPR

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The Civil Liberties Committee endorsed governance rules 28 April that will allow Europol to increase anti-terrorist and cybercrime campaigns, the European Parliament announced in a statement. The rules, initially agreed upon 15 Nov., also include “strong data protection safeguards and democratic oversight,” the report states. Specifically, the laws ‘will enhance Europol's mandate to ensure that it is fully equipped to counter the rise in cross-border crimes and terrorist threats … by making it easier for Europol to set up specialized units to respond immediately to emerging threats,” the statement adds. If approved by Parliament in May, the rules will become effective 1 April 2017.
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