Karlin Lillington reports:
“The Europeans won’t let this go. They want to know clearly what has really been going on.”
Sitting in one of the State apartments in Dublin Castle, the EU vice president and commissioner for justice, fundamental rights and citizenship, Viviane Reding, is polite, but clearly, deeply frustrated. At a joint press conference with US attorney general Eric Holder held earlier in the day last Friday, Reding had stated that the fundamental privacy and data protection rights of Europeans were “non-negotiable”.
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