EU Wants to Share Less Air Traveler Data

The bloc's Justice Commissioner says balance between counterterrorism efforts and privacy rights requires a reduction in passenger info provided to the U.S.

EU justice commissioner Franco Frattini has said he will push for a reduction in the amount of air passengers' data provided to the US, amid efforts to update a controversial EU-US data sharing agreement which will expire by the end of July.

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