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More Justice on European Roads
Should data protection hinder investigations of road traffic crashes?
The EDR needs to deliver data which could be used by collision researchers and analysists but also by police forces to help timely court decisions being pronounced.
Human rights over data protection
- Data needed: location, date and time of events
- determine speed of driving, braking attempts or time, or possibly red-light violation. This is absolutely essential for road victims and victim families to obtain justice after a fatal or injury crash.
- Data protection must not be an obstacle if there are legitimate interests of road victims involved. Anyone can be involved in a serious crash unexpectedly. Not knowing what happened and not being able to have proof may lead to severe psychological trauma