Jun 162010
 
 June 16, 2010  Non-U.S., Surveillance

James Kanter reports:

The European Commission proposed ways Tuesday to safeguard information used by the authorities to track the finances of terrorism suspects and to ensure that body scanners at European airports do not jeopardize the health or privacy of passengers.

The commission, the European Union’s executive, made the proposals in Strasbourg against a background of mounting concerns in the Union on how to balance protecting privacy with combating terrorism.

Read more in the New York Times.

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