brussels - A new agreement between the EU and the US on better protection of personal data of European Internet users seem closer. EU countries Friday in Brussels put the green light for the European Commission to conclude the agreement formally.
The 'privacy shield' to ensure sufficient that US intelligence can not simply browse through data from European consumers.
The revision of the fifteen year old agreement was necessary after the European Court of Justice declared invalid the end of last year. An Austrian student had the bell pulled after whistleblower Edward Snowden had revealed that US services widely used in personal data could come from users of Internet services such as Facebook and Google.
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