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In: Digital Borders and Real Rights
In: Digital Borders and Real Rights
In: Digital Borders and Real Rights
In: Digital Borders and Real Rights
In: Digital Borders and Real Rights
In: The First Decade of EU Migration and Asylum Law

In the YS. and M. and S. judgment, the Court of Justice of the European Union ruled on three procedures in which Dutch judges asked for clarification on the right of asylum seekers to have access to the documents regarding the decision on asylum applications. The judgment is relevant for interpreting the concept of personal data and the scope of the right of access under the Data Protection Directive, and the right to good administration in the eu Charter of Fundamental Rights. At first glance, the judgment seems disappointing from the viewpoint of individual rights. Nevertheless, in our view the judgment provides sufficient grounds for effective access rights to the minutes in future asylum cases.

In: European Journal of Migration and Law