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EU court ruling strikes hammer blow to transatlantic data flows

The annulment of Privacy Shield is a major indictment of US surveillance powers that throws billions of euros in digital trade into question.

Europe’s top court handed down a searing verdict on U.S. surveillance powers on Thursday, ruling for the second time that EU data would not be safe from snooping under a…

  • Vincent Manancourt
  • Politico

The ruling, which cancels the Privacy Shield agreement, throws billions of dollars in digital trade into legal limbo and reignites a spat over surveillance that dates back more than…

The Court of Justice of the European Union ruled that Privacy Shield — which replaced an…

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