Oct 152012
 
 October 15, 2012  Misc

Loek Essers reports:

The German and Canadian data protection commissioners signed an agreement on Monday that aims to ensure people’s digital privacy will be better protected if data travels across borders via the Web, the authorities announced. International cooperation could help put companies like Facebook and Google on a privacy leash.

Both countries will inform each other about important events and complaints and will cooperate on specific cases, the authorities said in a news release.

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