Giovedì 21 Aprile 2016 PDFStampaE-mail




Giovedi 21 aprile 2016



17.30 - 19.30



Aula Seminari - Dipartimento di Informatica, Università La Sapienza

Via Salaria, 113 - 00198 Roma



EVIDENCE Project aims at providing a road map (guidelines, recommendations, technical standards) for realising the missing Common European Framework for the systematic and uniform application of new technologies in the collection, use and exchange of evidence. This road map incorporating standardized solutions would enable policy maker to realize an efficient regulation, treatment and exchange of digital evidence, LEAs as well as judges/magistrates and prosecutors and lawyers practising in the criminal field to have at their disposal as legal/technological background a Common European Framework allowing them to gather, use and exchange digital evidences according to common standards and rules.
I was called to be part of the EVIDENCE Project as the External Advisory Board component. The project was structured in modules that have been developed by working groups of different nationalities. Among other topics I intend to focus on the terms of usability and validity of digital evidence in various legal-state of the European Community, as specified below.
1) Learn from practice extrapolating rules on which to base the communication protocols;
2) Verify the differences between those rules and the rules of the member states;
3) Identify suggestions to be submitted to European level for a possible elaboration of specific recommendations to the individual states;
4) Distinguish into the various meanings of the word “evidence”;
5) Develop a comprehensive definition of “electronic evidence”;
6) Realize tables or maps of comparison and connection between the elements belonging to the same level of the structure in the various states, to make possible to know in advance with a reasonable degree of certainty the level of usability of the electronic evidence that is transmitted from an authority of the State A to an authority of the State B, and consequentially to modify or integrate the electronic document in view of this result.
Conclusively electronic evidence must be configured as an object, with its own taxonomy by reason of the moment investigative or procedural in the various jurisdictions and the representation of the related possibility of use at each of them.


Relatore: Carmelo Asaro - Giudice Corte di Appello di Roma


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