US Spying To Bump Up Privacy On EU Trade Talk Agenda

Law360, New York (October 29, 2013, 8:56 PM EDT) -- Recent allegations of potential U.S. spying could spell a heightened focus on privacy issues in trade negotiations with Europe, experts say, but calls among some Europeans to suspend the talks in the wake of spying concerns are unlikely to cause a lasting disruption.

Following revelations of possible U.S. surveillance of European officials, including German Chancellor Angela Merkel, reports began to emerge that at least some in the European Union were suggesting that the EU and U.S. should put on hold discussions for the Transatlantic Trade and...
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