1. Policing the COVID-19 pandemic in Germany: Challenges and learnings for future crises Contribution
    Aden, Hartmut (2023)
    In: Bervoets, Eric; Boer, Monica; Hak, Linda (Eds.), Plural policing, security and the COVID crisis, Springer International Publishing, Cham, (Palgrave's Critical Policing Studies, ), pp. 139-160
  2. Technological surveillance in the Federal Republic of Germany Contribution
    Shi, Jiahui (2022)
    In: (Eds.), Technological surveillance of communication in American, German and Chinese criminal procedure, Duncker & Humblot, Berlin, (Beiträge zum Internationalen und Europäischen Strafrecht - Studies in International and European Criminal Law and Procedure, 51), pp. 114-208
  3. Conflicts of law in privacy, data protection, and defamation disputes: German and English law Contribution
    Hörnle, Julia (2021)
    In: (Eds.), Internet jurisdiction. Law and practice, Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 369-405
  4. Balancing sexual autonomy, responsibility, and the right to privacy: principles for criminalizing sex by deception Journal Article
    Scheidegger, Nora (2021)
    In: German Law Journal, 22(5), pp. 769-783
  5. The handling of digital evidence in Germany Contribution
    Gless, Sabine ; Wahl, Thomas (2021)
    In: Caianiello, Michele; Camon, Alberto (Eds.), Digital forensic evidence. Towards common European standards in antifraud administrative and criminal investigations, Wolters Kluwer, Milano, (Collezione di giustizia penale, 7), pp. 49-86
  6. The criminal registry in the German Empire: the ‘cult of previous convictions’ and the offender’s right to be forgotten // The Criminal Registry in the German Empire: The ‘Cult of Previous Convictions’ and the Offender’s Right to Be Forgotten Journal Article
    Groot, Timon (2021)
    In: German History, 39(3), pp. 358-376
  7. Strategic surveillance and extraterritorial basic rights protection: German intelligence law after Snowden Journal Article
    Schaller, Christian (2018)
    In: German Law Journal, 19(4), pp. 941-980
  8. Exchange of intercepted electronic communication data between foreign countries Contribution
    Wahl, Thomas (2016)
    In: Boulet, Gertjan; Hert, Paul; Polčák, Radim; Sieber, Ulrich; Tropina, Tatiana; von zur Mühlen, Nicolas (Eds.), Access to telecommunication data in criminal justice. A comparative analysis of European legal orders, Duncker & Humblot, Berlin, (Schriftenreihe des Max-Planck-Instituts für Ausländisches und Internationales Strafrecht. Strafrechtliche Forschungsberichte, Band 156), pp. 570-599
  9. The emergence of foreign intelligence investigations as alternatives to the criminal process. A view of American counterterrorism surveillance through German lenses Contribution
    Ross, Jacqueline E. (2016)
    In: Ross, Jacqueline; Thaman, Stephen (Eds.), Comparative criminal procedure, Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, (Research handbooks in comparative law series, )
  10. Germany: balancing truth against protected constitutional interests Contribution
    Gless, Sabine (2013)
    In: Thaman, Stephen (Eds.), Exclusionary Rules in Comparative Law, Springer Netherlands, Dordrecht, pp. 113-142
  11. Transnational organized crime. The German response Contribution
    Albrecht, Hans-Jörg (2011)
    In: Okubo, Shiro; Shelley, Louise (Eds.), Human security, transnational crime and human trafficking. Asian and Western perspectives, Routledge, New York [u.a.], (Routledge transnational crime and corruption series, 6), pp. 59-80
  12. Regulating governmental data mining in the United States and Germany. Constitutional Courts, the state, and new technology Journal Article
    Schwartz, Paul M. (2011)
    In: William and Mary Law Review, 53(2), pp. 351-387
  13. Human dignity and victims' rights in the German and Israeli criminal process Journal Article
    Horovitz, Anat ; Weigend, Thomas (2011)
    In: Israel Law Review, 44(1-2), pp. 263-300
  14. Open justice or open season?: Should the media report the names of suspects and defendants? Journal Article
    Bohlander, Michael (2010)
    In: The Journal of Criminal Law, 74(4), pp. 321-338