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Can EU-US data pact survive without surveillance reform?

While American and European negotiators reached a deal to replace the invalidated Safe Harbor data transfer agreement, the agreement may not be strong enough to satisfy European privacy advocates concerns about US spy agency snooping.

European Union and US officials this week reached a tensely anticipated agreement that staved off disrupting transatlantic data traffic between European and American firms. But the hard part now is figuring out how to sustain the pact without additional reforms of US surveillance practices in Washington.

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