EU plans to keep all air traveller data lack 'full clarity' and could break privacy regs, says European data protection supervisor

Charlee Gothard
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Buttarelli believes scheme needs better consideration before passenger credit card details and meal choices are indefinitely retained

An ongoing scheme to bring into law the retention of every single detail of EU air travellers' passenger information has been publicly criticised by European data protection supervisor Giovanni But...

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