Jan 292015
 January 29, 2015  Posted by  Laws, Non-U.S., Surveillance

Suzanne Lynch and Elaine Edwards report:

EU justice ministers travel to Latvia on Thursday for a key meeting on counter-terrorism as the EU remained stuck in deadlock over a proposed new law on the retention of passenger data records.


The issue of disclosure of air passenger data has received fresh impetus in the wake of this month’s terrorist attacks in Paris, with the EU Council, representing member states, and the European Commission, urging the Parliament to back the bill.

Read more on Irish Times.

Then read Glyn Moody’s take on the situation over on TechDirt.

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