Fighting Organized Crime Through Open Source Intelligence: Regulatory Strategies of the CAPER Project

Egileak: Pompeu Casanovas, Juan Arraiza, Felipe Melero, Jorge González-Conejero, Gila Molcho, Montse Cuadros

Data: 10.12.2014


Abstract

OSINT stands for Open Source Intelligence. The CAPER project has built an OSINT solution oriented to the prevention of organised crime. We offer in this paper an overall view of some results, embedding into the system legal and ethical issues raised by the General Data Reform Package (GDRP) in Europe. We briefly describe CAPER architecture, workflow, functionalities, modules and ontologies (European LEAs Interoperability ELIO, and Multi-Lingual Crime Ontology MCO). This paper is focused on the indirect strategy to flesh out Privacy by Design principles (PbD) through the Caper Regulatory Model (CRM).

BIB_text

@Article {
author = {Pompeu Casanovas, Juan Arraiza, Felipe Melero, Jorge González-Conejero, Gila Molcho, Montse Cuadros},
title = {Fighting Organized Crime Through Open Source Intelligence: Regulatory Strategies of the CAPER Project},
pages = {189-198},
volume = {271},
abstract = {

OSINT stands for Open Source Intelligence. The CAPER project has built an OSINT solution oriented to the prevention of organised crime. We offer in this paper an overall view of some results, embedding into the system legal and ethical issues raised by the General Data Reform Package (GDRP) in Europe. We briefly describe CAPER architecture, workflow, functionalities, modules and ontologies (European LEAs Interoperability ELIO, and Multi-Lingual Crime Ontology MCO). This paper is focused on the indirect strategy to flesh out Privacy by Design principles (PbD) through the Caper Regulatory Model (CRM).


}
isbn = { 978-1-61499-467-1},
date = {2014-12-10},
year = {2014},
}
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