Jul 042013
 
 July 4, 2013  Non-U.S., Surveillance, U.S.

Zack Whittaker reports that the European Parliament voted in favor of a resolution that would back the Commission should it wish to suspend data sharing agreements with the U.S., such as the passenger name records system, in light of mass surveillance by the National Security Agency. But motions to halt the trade talks failed, so this seems to me more symbolic than serious. Read Zack’s report on ZDNet.

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