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Humans for Sale: The Features of Modern Slavery in the EU

Victims are swayed by the false prospect of endless opportunities in the EU. Source: Laszlo Balogh/Reuters Photo Written by Nathaly de Camargo Franzoni The International Labour Organization reports that organised crime groups (OCGs) in Europe amass approximately $50 billion annually (€45… Continue Reading →

The European Union’s Cyber security Governance: The Missing Link (Part 1/2)

By Jean-Baptiste Houdart. Originally published on 2013/02/14 On January 11, 2013 the European Union (EU) established the European Cybercrime Centre as part of the Europol offices[1]. This important event raises the question of the instruments established by the EU to… Continue Reading →

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