Jan 222016
 
 January 22, 2016  Surveillance

Julia Fioretti reports:

The United States has proposed creating an “ombudsman” to deal with EU citizens’ complaints about U.S. surveillance as part of talks to clinch a new EU-U.S. data transfer pact, four people familiar with the talks said.

Washington and Brussels are racing against the clock to seal a deal on protecting Europeans’ data transferred across the Atlantic after an EU court quashed the previous agreement, Safe Harbour, on privacy concerns, leaving thousands of businesses in legal limbo.

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