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EU Losing Trust In US Privacy Protections, Lawmaker Says

Law360, Washington (March 28, 2018, 10:47 PM EDT) -- Recent moves by the U.S. government to roll back protections for individuals in the digital privacy space — including repeal of net neutrality rules and adoption of legislation to expand law enforcement’s access to overseas data — are eroding the trust that had been slowly building back up after Edward Snowden’s sweeping surveillance revelations, a top European lawmaker said Wednesday.

During the second day of the International Association of Privacy Professionals’ global privacy summit in Washington, D.C., several European Union officials touched on a range of...
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