Philipp Albrecht

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Philipp Albrecht said : "This agreement is a great step forward for transatlantic data protection. We will finally have high and legally binding standards when it comes to the exchange of data between police and law enforcement authorities. After six years of negotiations, we have at last managed to close gaps within the existing data transfer agreements. Crucially, we have secured a binding clarification that the umbrella agreement does not constitute a legal basis for new data transfers and that data protection authorities will at any time be able to verify compliance. " External link

green-efa-en Thursday, November 24, 2016 3:24:00 PM EAT

Philipp Albrecht said ( about Commission ) : "The European Commission is expanding the already considerable range of data gathering and profiling systems, yet the benefits of the new system are far from clear. “ETIAS will apply only to visa-exempt countries but police and justice cooperation with those countries already works well. What is missing is the assessment and quick exchange of data about suspects and high risk individuals. The new system won´t solve this problem, but will be another instrument of surveillance of travellers, and lead to further disproportionate retention of data. There are already extensive options for checking travellers´ data, including the Schengen information system”. " External link

green-efa-en Thursday, November 17, 2016 12:20:00 AM EAT

Philipp Albrecht said : "The Advocate General's opinion on the EU-Canada PNR Agreement is clear: mass collection and retention of air passenger data, as mandated by the the recently agreed EU directive, is not compatible with EU law. He has declared the unrestricted retention of data without suspicion for five years of all passengers travelling from the EU to Canada is not compatible with EU fundamental law, and the same must hold true for the agreements with the US and Australia. His statement follows that of the Court of Justice earlier this year, which declared the Data Retention Directive unlawful. According to their judgment, a link is required between the concerned person and a risk or suspicion, limited in time and space. " External link

green-efa-en Thursday, September 8, 2016 6:59:00 PM EAT

Philipp Albrecht stated : "It is a scandal that EU governments are looking to weaken data protection standards in Europe. Proposals by the UK and German governments would enable consumers' data to be used without their explicit consent for the purpose of marketing or determining credit-worthiness. This would be a step back from the provisions of the existing EU legislation and would only benefit internet businesses to the detriment of consumers and users. This cannot be allowed to stand and the other ministers cannot agree. " External link

green-efa-en Wednesday, March 11, 2015 12:57:00 PM EAT

Philipp Albrecht said : “I support Juncker in building an EU army, if it means the termination of all EU member states’ armies and is controlled by the European Parliament” External link

express Monday, March 9, 2015 1:11:00 PM EAT

Philipp Albrecht said : "European governments and the EU are rightly focusing on what can be done to improve cooperation and prevent future terrorist attacks. Home affairs ministers in Riga have outlined a number of measures for EU action that could help to this end but their deliberations are undermined by the preoccupation with stepping up mass surveillance, which is a false solution that creates the pretence of security but risks undermining serious security measures. " External link

green-efa-en Friday, January 30, 2015 2:23:00 PM EAT

Philipp Albrecht disse : “os ataques em Paris mostraram que a recolha em massa de dados não é eficiente ao combater os jihadistas” External link

ionline Wednesday, January 28, 2015 7:23:00 PM EAT

Philipp Albrecht stated ( about Commission ) : "This leak makes clear that the Commission is planning to serve up a re-heated version of the existing, stalled proposal for an EU air passenger data surveillance system (PNR). The attacks in Paris have again underlined that blanket mass data retention does not help catch terrorists: there was no shortage of data on the perpetrators. Retabling the same tweaked PNR proposal is an affront to the democratic process, with the European Parliament already having rejected this scheme due to concerns about its impact on the fundamental rights of EU citizens. Following the crystal clear judgement by the European Court of Justice last year, which declared blanket mass surveillance measures as incompatible with EU fundamental rights, it is unthinkable that the Commission would try and bulldoze through a PNR scheme based on blanked data collection. " External link

green-efa-en Wednesday, January 28, 2015 3:22:00 PM EAT



Key Titles and Phrases Count Lang Last Seen
member100.00%EN11/04/201304/11/2013
Names Lang Count
Philipp AlbrechtEN37.88%
Philipp AlbrechtFR19.70%
Philipp AlbrechtPT12.88%
Philipp AlbrechtDE10.61%
Philipp AlbrechtES9.85%
Philipp AlbrechtFI8.33%
Philipp ALBRECHTEN0.76%


 
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Philipp Albrecht

Last updated on 2013-11-17T18:18+0300.

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Philipp Albrecht said : "This agreement is a great step forward for transatlantic data protection. We will finally have high and legally binding standards when it comes to the exchange of data between police and law enforcement authorities. After six years of negotiations, we have at last managed to close gaps within the existing data transfer agreements. Crucially, we have secured a binding clarification that the umbrella agreement does not constitute a legal basis for new data transfers and that data protection authorities will at any time be able to verify compliance. " External link

green-efa-en Thursday, November 24, 2016 3:24:00 PM EAT

Philipp Albrecht said ( about Commission ) : "The European Commission is expanding the already considerable range of data gathering and profiling systems, yet the benefits of the new system are far from clear. “ETIAS will apply only to visa-exempt countries but police and justice cooperation with those countries already works well. What is missing is the assessment and quick exchange of data about suspects and high risk individuals. The new system won´t solve this problem, but will be another instrument of surveillance of travellers, and lead to further disproportionate retention of data. There are already extensive options for checking travellers´ data, including the Schengen information system”. " External link

green-efa-en Thursday, November 17, 2016 12:20:00 AM EAT

Philipp Albrecht said : "The Advocate General's opinion on the EU-Canada PNR Agreement is clear: mass collection and retention of air passenger data, as mandated by the the recently agreed EU directive, is not compatible with EU law. He has declared the unrestricted retention of data without suspicion for five years of all passengers travelling from the EU to Canada is not compatible with EU fundamental law, and the same must hold true for the agreements with the US and Australia. His statement follows that of the Court of Justice earlier this year, which declared the Data Retention Directive unlawful. According to their judgment, a link is required between the concerned person and a risk or suspicion, limited in time and space. " External link

green-efa-en Thursday, September 8, 2016 6:59:00 PM EAT

Philipp Albrecht stated : "It is a scandal that EU governments are looking to weaken data protection standards in Europe. Proposals by the UK and German governments would enable consumers' data to be used without their explicit consent for the purpose of marketing or determining credit-worthiness. This would be a step back from the provisions of the existing EU legislation and would only benefit internet businesses to the detriment of consumers and users. This cannot be allowed to stand and the other ministers cannot agree. " External link

green-efa-en Wednesday, March 11, 2015 12:57:00 PM EAT

Philipp Albrecht said : “I support Juncker in building an EU army, if it means the termination of all EU member states’ armies and is controlled by the European Parliament” External link

express Monday, March 9, 2015 1:11:00 PM EAT

Philipp Albrecht said : "European governments and the EU are rightly focusing on what can be done to improve cooperation and prevent future terrorist attacks. Home affairs ministers in Riga have outlined a number of measures for EU action that could help to this end but their deliberations are undermined by the preoccupation with stepping up mass surveillance, which is a false solution that creates the pretence of security but risks undermining serious security measures. " External link

green-efa-en Friday, January 30, 2015 2:23:00 PM EAT

Philipp Albrecht disse : “os ataques em Paris mostraram que a recolha em massa de dados não é eficiente ao combater os jihadistas” External link

ionline Wednesday, January 28, 2015 7:23:00 PM EAT

Philipp Albrecht stated ( about Commission ) : "This leak makes clear that the Commission is planning to serve up a re-heated version of the existing, stalled proposal for an EU air passenger data surveillance system (PNR). The attacks in Paris have again underlined that blanket mass data retention does not help catch terrorists: there was no shortage of data on the perpetrators. Retabling the same tweaked PNR proposal is an affront to the democratic process, with the European Parliament already having rejected this scheme due to concerns about its impact on the fundamental rights of EU citizens. Following the crystal clear judgement by the European Court of Justice last year, which declared blanket mass surveillance measures as incompatible with EU fundamental rights, it is unthinkable that the Commission would try and bulldoze through a PNR scheme based on blanked data collection. " External link

green-efa-en Wednesday, January 28, 2015 3:22:00 PM EAT



Key Titles and Phrases Count Lang Last Seen
member100.00%EN11/04/201304/11/2013
Names Lang Count
Philipp AlbrechtEN37.88%
Philipp AlbrechtFR19.70%
Philipp AlbrechtPT12.88%
Philipp AlbrechtDE10.61%
Philipp AlbrechtES9.85%
Philipp AlbrechtFI8.33%
Philipp ALBRECHTEN0.76%


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