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European Parliament Rejects EU-US Data Framework

European Parliament Rejects EU-US Data Framework

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Lawmakers called on the European Commission to reject a draft legal framework facilitating trans-Atlantic commercial data flows in a non-binding vote by the European Parliament.

A majority of the legislative body said a pact dubbed the EU-U.S. Data Privacy Framework, finalized last fall after nearly two years of negotiations between Brussels and Washington, fails to protect European citizens from American bulk online surveillance (see: President Biden to Sign Order for Trans-Atlantic Data Flows).

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