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Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs

LIBECommittee meeting -15:10 / 18:01 - 14-11-2013
 
 
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  • Agenda
    • SESSION I
      • IT Security of EU institutions (Part I)
      • ** Statements by Mr Ronald PRINS, Director and co-founder of Fox-IT
      • ** Mr Luca ZAMPAGLIONE, Security Officer, eu-LISA, European Commission
      • ** Mr Freddy DEZEURE, head of task force CERT-EU, DG DIGIT, European Commission
      • ** Mr Giancarlo VILELLA, Director General, DG ITEC, European Parliament (tbc)
      • ** Questions & Answers
    • SESSION II
      • The role of Parliamentary oversight of intelligence services at national level in an era of mass surveillance (Part III)
      • ** The situation in Belgium: Statements by Mr Armand DE DECKER, Vice-Chair of the Belgian Senate, Member of the Monitoring Committee of the Intelligence Services Oversight Committee
      • ** Mr Guy RAPAILLE, Chair of the Intelligence Services Oversight Committee (Comité R)
      • ** Questions & Answers
      • ** The situation in Denmark: Statement by Mr Karsten LAURITZEN, Member of the Legal Affairs
      • ** Committee, Spokesperson for Legal Affairs – Danish Folketing
      • ** Questions & Answers
      • Concluding remarks and follow-up
     
     
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