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By Evelien Brouwer

Considering the fact that its release in 1995, nearly all of own info held within the Schengen info process (SIS) issues third-country nationals to be refused access to the Schengen territory. This research unearths why using SIS (and the second one iteration SIS or SIS II) involves a hazard to the safety of human rights, akin to definitely the right to privateness and the correct to info security, but additionally the liberty of circulation of people and the main of non-discrimination. This examine describes the implementation of SIS in respectively France, Germany, and the Netherlands and the to be had felony treatments in either information security and immigration legislations. at the foundation of 3 normal rules of eu legislation, minimal criteria are built for powerful treatments for people registered within the SIS, but in addition different databases comparable to Eurodac or the Visa details approach.

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H. G. Schermers et al. ), Free movement of persons in Europe: legal problems and experiences, Dordrecht: Nijhoff 1993, p. 5. 16 Chapter 2 lift border controls as a measure to make the Community ‘more real’ to its citizens. Although the Tindemans report did not receive warm support from the different Member States, it formed the basis for the further development of concepts such as the ‘Passport Union’ and a ‘Europe of the citizen’. 12 One could say that this enlargement on the one hand strengthened the motivation of Member States to establish an area in which the four freedoms of movement was applied, while at the same time this hampered the achievement of political agreement on the necessary measures.

Planned as an intergovernmental ‘experiment’ by the Benelux countries, France and Germany, the SIS I is used by 15 states including thirteen EU Member States and the non-EU Member States Iceland and Norway. As we will see below, in 2008, the new version of SIS, or SIS II, is planned to be used by at least 31 European States including the 27 EU Member States and four non-EU Member States (Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein and Switzerland. 2002. 1998. 1992. 2004. Communication from the Commission to the Council, Reinforcing the management of the European Union’s Southern Maritime Borders, COM(2006) 733 final, 30 November 2006.

In fact, Member States disagreed on the direct effect of this ‘deadline’, whether all internal border controls would have to be lifted by this date and on the interpretation of Article 8A. As we will see below, this date became a crucial deadline for the development of Schengen as well. 1987, p. 26. Towards Schengen: The Abolition of Internal Border Controls in Europe 19 “The Conference wishes by means of the provisions in Article 8A to express its firm political will to take before 1 January 1993 the decisions necessary to complete the internal market defined in those provisions, and more particularly the decisions necessary to implement the Commission’s programme described in the White Paper on the internal market.

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