Opinion 1/15 on the EU-Canada Passenger Name Record (PNR) Agreement: PNR Agreements Need To Be Compatible with EU Fundamental Rights
Tambou, Olivia (2018), Opinion 1/15 on the EU-Canada Passenger Name Record (PNR) Agreement: PNR Agreements Need To Be Compatible with EU Fundamental Rights, European Foreign Affairs Review, 23, 2, p. 187-202
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Journal nameEuropean Foreign Affairs Review
Kluwer Law International
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Abstract (EN)The Court of Justice of the EU stated in its Opinion 1/15 that the envisaged PNR agreement between Canada and the EU cannot be concluded in its current form. Several of its dispositions are incompatible with European Fundamental Rights. The bulk transfer of PNR data including for the preventing and fighting against terrorism are prohibited. PNR Data collection need to be limited to what is strictly necessary in order to achieve security purposes. This Opinion confirms the crucial role of the Court both in negotiating international agreements and in developing the European model of personal data protection and respect for private life.
Subjects / Keywordsdata protection
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