In the draft resolution, at the end of paragraph 3, replace the words “outer space from a legal point of view” with the following words:
“a space where law, in particular human rights, does not apply”.
In the draft resolution, paragraph 9, second sentence, between the words “proceedings” and “before”, insert the following words:
“before the national courts and, at last instance,”.
In the draft resolution, replace the first two sentences of paragraph 21.2 with the following sentence:
“make sure that the broad use of ICT within the Council of Europe and its extraterritorial legal status do not compromise the protection of privacy and personal data.”
In the draft recommendation, after paragraph 2.3., insert the following sub-paragraph:
“fully support, for that purpose, the work undertaken by the Consultative Committee of Convention No. 108 to reinforce the protection of everyone as regards the use and storage of personal data, to ensure an identical protection for everyone independently of the place of storage or the establishment of those responsible for the storage, and to avoid the risk of dumping in terms of protection”.
In the draft resolution:
This amendment is intended to emphasise the law’s universal applicability, cyberspace included.
It is proposed to specify that in the system of the European Convention on Human Rights (ETS No. 5), under Article 35, the European Court of Human Rights can only be petitioned after exhaustion of domestic remedies.
It is proposed to replace the first two sentences of paragraph 21.2 to avoid repetition in this paragraph, in so far as the call to strengthen the internal regulatory framework already appears in the last sentence of the paragraph.
In the draft recommendation:
This amendment seeks to heighten and underline the importance of a revision and modernisation of Convention No. 108, by accentuating the important role of the Consultative Committee of Convention No. 108.