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Sectors: Economy - Finances, Justice - Security, New technologies, Telecommunications, Trade

Beneficiaries: Development NGOs, International Organisation, Non-profit organisations, Research centres, Universities

Regions: Asia, European Union, Latin America, Northern America

Category: Call for proposals

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Additional info regions:

U.S.A (LOT 2),
China, Japan, South Korea, India and Brazil (LOT 1)

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Responsible: European commission

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The global objective is to contribute to the development of a secure, right-based international digital sphere, conducive to a level playing field in terms of market access and business opportunities for EU companies.

Priorities and funded actions:

Obejctives
– To advance an open, free and secure cyberspace through the promotion of rules-based cyber-behaviour and increased cyber resilience (LOT 1) ;
– To support effective cooperation for law enforcement purposes between the EU and the US (LOT 2)

Among financed actions
– Increased consensus with partner countries on how to apply existing international law in cyberspace ;
– Enhanced development of cyber norms and confidence building measures ;
– Enhanced implementation of effective EU-US Mutual legal assistance (MLA) through targeted exchange of experience and best practice, as well as training

Among financed actions
– Policy analysis and research activities to support effective engagement per target country ;
– Outreach and knowledge exchange activities for targeted stakeholders on the application of MLA mechanisms and direct access to electronic evidence held by service providers in the US ;
– Organisation and facilitation of meetings between EU law enforcement and judiciary and the relevant counterparts in the U.S., notably the U.S. Department of Justice and service providers