EU advised to stop sharing data on air passengers

November 22, 2005 12:11

An adviser to the European Union's highest court on Tuesday called for the annulment of the deal that provides US counter-terrorism authorities with information about air passengers, arguing the measure insufficiently protects privacy. Philippe Leger, the advocate general of the Luxembourg-based European Court of Justice, sided with the European Parliament, which brought the case, and against the EU executive Commission and the Council of member states. Click here to read the full story.

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