After a new agreement was proposed between the EU and the US on the exchange of passengers' data (PNR), there were many critics on the specifics of the agreement. They rested mostly on the 'unbalanced' position between the two parties, mostly favouring the US. The agreement obliges airline companies to send to the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) data relating to all passengers flying between the EU and the US.
Nevertheless, the European Data Protection Supervisor (ED...
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