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EU Court Blocks Passenger Data Deal with U.S. 572

Posted by Zonk
from the not-so-fast-cowboy dept.
Reinier writes "The BBC reports that the European Court of Justice has ruled the airline data agreement with the United States is illegal. The 'agreement' required airlines to share 34 items of personal data of their passengers with American authorities at least fifteen minutes before take-off of any flight to the US. The Court of Justice examined the agreement after the European Parliament objected. A PDF of the ruling is available online."
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EU Court Blocks Passenger Data Deal with U.S.

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