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The introduction of co-operation within the framework of Schengen brought important changes in the police and border control co-operation landscape. The introduction deals with the problem statement, literature choice and methods. This study places the human rights trajectory at the same level as the data protection regulatory trajectory, as border control also raises general human rights issues and arguments for enhancement of human rights protection. The aim of the study is to examine whether there is fairness in the Schengen Information System and border control co-operation. It is the aim of the study to survey and analyse the extent of information exchange, internal and external controls imposed in the Schengen co-operation area. The study also examines legal safeguards which exist on the international and EU level (not on the national level) with the aim of suggesting further safeguards, in order to provide adequate human rights and personal data protection.

Keywords: Background; border control co-operation; data protection regulatory trajectory; human rights trajectory; police; Research; Schengen Information System; The Schengen Co-operation



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