New EU-US data transfer pact may fall short of what EU wants, Max Schrems says

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New EU-US data transfer pact may fall short of what EU wants, Max Schrems says
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New EU-US data transfer pact may fall short of what EU wants, Max Schrems says

There is no sign that the US mass monitoring will alter in practice

Austrian privacy activist and lawyer Max Schrems has warned European Union and United States policymakers that President Biden's executive order, which last week set forth new guidelines for how th...

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