Europe demands more privacy safeguards in U.S. data exchange

European leaders are setting new conditions for cooperation in sharing passenger data with U.S. authorities. European passengers who believe their data has been misused must be allowed to sue in U.S. courts, and the European Commission will demand similar security data on U.S. citizens flying to Europe. The EC's announcement came Tuesday amid growing concerns that U.S. security requirements undermine Europe's strict privacy laws.

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