European Commission Adopts ‘Privacy Shield’ Agreement With US, Despite Criticism

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sh4dow83

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"a redress mechanism for EU citizens"

Wasn't there a German citizen who got tortured by some American agency/military/whatever and who found it difficult to get prosecution going even on THAT?
(I can't be arsed to look it up because I don't even want to refresh my memory of that...)
 

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So the UK was right!; what the deal with the EU? Obviously they don't want our best. By the citizen, for the citizen? NO, think again, LOL.
 
Very glad you posted this article. (Nicely written too).

If Win10 takes a dump in EU and you send the dump to MS in the US then you (who sent the data) have violated EU laws. That is a bad thing. This ruling makes it possible to support software products in the US (and other countries) that are sold in the EU.
 
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