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 November 13, 2014  Business, Non-U.S., Surveillance

Liam Tung reports:

Google has urged the Obama government to make good on a pledge to extend the right to sue the US over privacy incursions by its spy agencies to Europeans too.

The call from Google came ahead of a EU-US ministerial meeting on Justice and Home Affairs in Washington on Thursday. As Google’s chief counsel David Drummond put it, the US government should “extend the US Privacy Act to EU citizens”.

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