Companies Complying with NSA’s PRISM May Face E.U. Lawsuits

U.S. companies that pass data from European Union citizens to the NSA’s PRISM surveillance program could be breaching the E.U.’s data-protection laws.

Internet companies that pass data to the National Security Agency under the PRISM program could face legal action in the European Union, say privacy regulators and experts there.Tom Simonite

Companies Complying with NSA’s PRISM May Face E.U. Lawsuits

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