US gives in to EU demands over data
The US has capitulated to EU demands that its use of European data in counter-terrorism operations should be subject to foreign scrutiny.
The two sides finally compromised this week on their long-running disagreements over the US requisition of personal data about European citizens from passenger name records (PNR) held by airlines, and their financial transactions processed by Swift, a Belgian mediator of international financial transactions.
At The Register.
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