This project is centred around understanding and engaging with the practice and oversight of surveillance and monitoring activities conducted by State intelligence agencies, with a particular focus on bulk monitoring techniques.
The project consists of 4 workshops, each engaging key stakeholders and focused on issues identified as key considerations with respect to intelligence practice and oversight:
Workshop A: The Intelligence Community
- The goal of this workshop is to bring together representatives of different intelligence agencies in order to discuss their distinct approach to key oversight issues.
Identified discussion points include:
- How is ‘necessity’ evaluated?
- How is ‘proportionality’ evaluated?
- How is data collection regulated?
- How is access to collected data regulated?
- If/how is data shared between intelligence and law enforcement agencies?
- This meeting will be held under Chatham House Rules.
- It is intended to invite representatives of the UK, Israel, US, Germany, France and Sweden, as well as members of the IPC.
Workshop B: Civil Society Workshop C: Judicial Review
Workshop D: Human Rights-Based Approaches to Intelligence Oversight
For more details please contact Dr Daragh Murray: email@example.com
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