Multimodal Remote Detection of Hidden Threats in People Screening (HITD)
Since inception, HITD’s technical side has developed alongside legal research aiming to ensure regulatory compliance, identifying and answering relevant legal questions on the technology’s use and results. More specifically, by using a combination of doctrinal analysis and statutory interpretation, this project examines the relationship between modern technologies and the protection of personality and privacy rights. As such, it engages the second and third levels of the Department’s research agenda, focusing on the progressive digitization of public security and its potential threats to individual rights and democratic legitimacy.
|Legal research outcome:||legal report on project implications for personality and privacy rights (2021)|
|Project duration:||2019 – May 2022|