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 October 1, 2014  Posted by  Non-U.S.

Glyn Moody writes:

As we’ve noted, the EU Data Protection Regulation has seen some of the fiercest lobbying in the history of the European Union. That’s because key US Internet companies are worried that stricter controls on taking personal data out of the EU might adversely affect their business models, which are largely based on using that data quite freely.

The human rights organization Access has been following this closely, and has made several freedom of information requests to both the US and EU authorities in an attempt to find out who exactly has been trying to weaken the Regulation and how.

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