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Building on the outcomes from deliverables D1.1 and D1.2, this deliverable constitutes a report on the identification and elaboration upon the relevant ethical, legal and other regulatory and social acceptance requirements. The aim is to establish a “benchmark” against which the impacts of the selected no-gate crossing point solutions will be assessed. The requirements listed in the benchmark will guide the development of the tailored-down impact assessment method (D3.1 and 3.2, first and final version, respectively), as well as the assessor to carry out such method. The two deliverables
(D1.3 and D3.1/D3.2), therefore, should be read in conjunction. If necessary, updates to the current benchmark (especially regarding the current regulatory framework for border management) will be included as an annex in the next version of the impact
assessment method (D3.2, due M24). The components of the benchmark will focus on the requirements applicable in the European Union, concerning: (1) the technical requirements of (some) of the latest border crossing technologies; (2) individual perception of emerging technologies and border security; (3) European ethical principles tailored to the field of border technologies; (4) relevant EU law, the Council of Europe’s frameworks, and selected national frameworks, notably of those EU Member States where the field assessments will be used. The original title of the deliverable (PERSONA requirements, risks and mitigation measures) has been changed to PERSONA PERSONA benchmark for the assessment process to match the task description (T1.4). Risks and mitigation measures will be dealt separately in D1.4 (due in M30).
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationBrussels
Commissioning bodyEuropean Commission
Number of pages98
Publication statusPublished - 6 May 2020

    Research areas

  • IA, PIA, DPIA, ethics, societal impact, border control, GDPR, benchmark, privacy, data protection

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