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Title: Els principis rectors de les mesures d'investigació tecnològica de delictes
Author: Bravo Canelada, Francisco José
Director: Martínez Zorrilla, David  
Tutor: Mateu Vilaseca, Marcel
Keywords: technological investigation of crimes
human rights
intimacy
privacy
Issue Date: 14-Jun-2019
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: Technological research measures are a very useful tool to try to clarify the material truth about criminal acts but unfortunately have a strong interference with the fundamental rights of those investigated. This paper tries to answer when these measures are allowed and when not. Where is the border between technological research measures and the rights of those investigated? Which are the limits? The present dossier is based on a brief reference to the technological research measures to enter into a practical study of the greater interference generated by these diligences in the fundamental rights of those investigated. Next, it goes through the detailed analysis of the guiding principles of the technological research measures introduced by the Organic Law 13/2015 of reform the Law of criminal procedure act, until reaching at an examination of the form of adoption, monitoring and cessation of this type of diligences. Finally, the ethical and social issues derived about the application of guiding principles are treated.
Language: Catalan
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/133472
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