in Giurisprudenza Penale Web, 2021, 4 – ISSN 2499-846X
The expansion of open-source information has revolutionized how human rights violations and international crimes are documented. The paper discusses how and to what extent ICC judges have considered the admissibility and probative value of OSI. It also outlines the most relevant and innovative guidelines provided by the recently published Berkeley Protocol. The paper concludes that the current enthusiasm for open-source information must learn to work within procedural rules, one of the aims of which is to protect the rights of the accused.
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S. Trevisan, Open-source information in criminal proceedings: lessons from the International Criminal Court and the Berkeley Protocol, in Giurisprudenza Penale Web, 2021, 4