Feb 202014
 February 20, 2014  Posted by  Non-U.S., Surveillance

Samantha Sayers writes:

Last week, the European Parliament’s Civil Liberties Committee (“LIBE“) issued a report into the US National Security Agency (“NSA“) and EU member states’ surveillance of EU citizens (the “Report“). The Report was passed by 33 votes to 7 with 17 abstentions questioning whether data protection rules should be included in the trade negotiations with the US. The release of the report comes at a crucial time for both Europe and the US but what does this announcement really tell us about the future of international data flows in the eyes of the EU and the EU’s relationship with the US?

Read more on Field Fisher Waterhouse Privacy and Information Law Blog.

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