EU, U.S. to share information on passengers

04/10/2012 | Hill, The

The European Union and the U.S. have agreed to share passenger information as part of a new accord. The EU will vote on the final text of the Passenger Name Record accord on April 19. The agreement will allow the countries to share passenger information, which could include up to 60 fields and sub-fields. This article by an attorney and privacy advocate critiques parts of the agreement.

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