Top court hearing puts EU data transfers in jeopardy - Austrian privacy campaigner Max Schrems is getting his second chance to bring down a major transatlantic agreement

"On Tuesday, the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg will hear arguments in another case brought by Schrems over claims that the U.S. government does not sufficiently protect Europeans' data when it is shipped across the Atlantic."


Top court hearing puts EU data transfers in jeopardy - Austrian privacy campaigner Max Schrems is getting his second chance to bring down a major transatlantic agreement (Politico, link):

"There is fundamentally a clash between surveillance laws in the U.S. and privacy rules in Europe," he said. "We're in a debate about who governs the internet. Europe governs privacy, but the U.S. governs surveillance."

 

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