BIASIOTTI, Maria Angela “A Proposed Electronic Evidence Exchange Across the European Union”, Digital Evidence and Electronic Signature Law Review, 14 (2017).

BRUNI, Alesandro & Stefano Fantin “Research on Cooperation Process Between Industry and Law Enforcement in the Digital Telecommunications Sector”, KU Leueven Centre for IT & IP Law, October 17, 2019.

BUZAROVSKA Lazetik, Gordana & Olga Koshevaliska, “Digital Evidence in criminal Procedures. A Comparative Approach”, Balkan Social Science Review, Issue No. 2, 2013.

CARRERA, Sergio and Marco Stefan, “Access to Electronic Data for Criminal Investigations Purposes in the EU”, Center for European Policy Studies (CEPS), 28 February 2020.

CRISTAKIS, Theodore, “21 Thoughts and Questions about the UK/US Cloud Act Agrement: (and an Explanation of How it works with Charts)” European Law Blog, 29 October 2019.

DE HERT, Paul & Gertjan Boulet, Cloud Computing and Transborder Law Enforcement Access to Private Sector Data. Challenges to Sovereignty, Privacy and Data Protection”, Social Science Research Network  (SSRN), September 10, 2013.

GONZALEZ Fuster, Gloria and Sergi Vazquez Maymir, “Cross-Border Access to E-Evidence”, Center for European Policy Studies (CEPS), 2 March 2020.

GOODISON, Sean & Robert C. Davis and Brain Jackson, “Digital Evidence and the US. Criminal Justice System. Identifying Technology and Other Needs to More Effectively Acquire and Utilize Digital Evidence”, RAND Corporation (2015).

JAAP KOOPS, Bert and Morag Goodwin, “Cyberspace, the cloud and cross-border criminal investigation. The limits and possibilities of international law”. Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology and Society (TILT), December 2014.

KERR, Orin & Sean D. Murphy, “Government Hacking to Light the Dark Web. Risks to International Relations and International Law?”, Stanford Law Review Essay, July 2017.

KLEIJSSEN, Jan and Pierluigi Perri, “Cybercrime, Evidence and Territoriality: Issues and Options”, Netherlands Yearbook of International Law 2016. Nethrelands Yearbook of International Law 47.

SCHWERHA, Joseph J. IV, “Law Enforcement Challenges in Transborder Acquisition of Electronic Evidence from “Cloud Computing Providers”, Council of Europe Project on Cybercrime, 15 January 2010.

SOTO Betancourt, Daniel y Pablo Silva Saunders “La Jurisdicción en el Ciberespacio: Pensando Mas Allá de las Fronteras”. Unidad Especializada en Cooperación Internacional y Extradiciones del Ministerio Público de Chile, Revista Jurídica del Ministerio Público, No. 78, abril 2020, pp. 67 a 84.

SPOENLE, Jan, “Cloud Computing and cybercrime investigations: Territoriality vs. The power of disposal?”, Council of Europe Project on Cybercrime , 31 August 2010.

STEFAN, Marco and Gloria Gonzalez Fuster, “Cross-Border Access to Electronic Data Through Judicial Cooperation in Criminal Matters. State of the art and latest developments in the EU and the US”, Center for European Policy Studies (CEPS), 3 December 2018.

SWIRE, Peter, “Why Cross-Border Government Requests for Data Will Keep Becoming More Important”, May 23, 2017

VAN DEN HOVEN van Genderen, Rob, Cybercrime investigation and the protection of personal data and privacy”, Council of Europe Project on Cybercrime, March 25, 2008.

VELASCO, Cristos, Julia Hornle & Anna-Maria Osula, “Global Views on Internet Jurisdiction and Trans-border Access” in Data Protection on the Move. Current Developments in ICT and Privacy/Data Protection, Springer (2016).

VELASCO, Cristos, “Cybercrime jurisdiction: past, present and future”, ERA Forum, Journal of the Academy of European Law, Springer, 24 June, 2015.

VELASCO, Cristos y Andrés Velázquez, “Views on Transborder Access and Jurisdiction in Latin America”. Documento preparado para la audiencia del TC-Y sobre Acceso Transfronterizo y Jurisdicción del Consejo de Europa, 3 de Junio de 2013.

WOODS, Andrew, “Data Beyond Borders: Mutual Legal Assistance in the Internet Era”, University of Kentucky College of Law, published by the Global Network Initiative January 27, 2015.

Think-tanks and NGO’s

European Digital Rights (EDRI), “Cross-border access to data for law enforcement”. Document Pool, April 2019.

Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), “Behind the Octopus: The Hidden Race to Dismantle Global Law Enforcement Privacy Protections”, August 1, 2018.

Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), Who has your back 2017. Online Service Providers’ Privacy and Transparency Practices Regarding Government Access to User Data. July 2017.

Internet & Jurisdiction, Data & Jurisdiction Program: “Cross Border Access to User Data. Problem Framing”, May 2017.

European Digital Rights, “EDRI’s position paper on cross-border access to electronic evidence in the Cybercrime Convention”, 17 January 2017.

Fair Trials “Policy Brief. The Impact on the procedural rights of defendants on cross-border access to electronic data through judicial cooperation in criminal matters”, October 2018.