President Barack Obama’s plans for surveillance reform, as revealed in his speech last week, “have had a lukewarm reception by European politicians,” writes Field Fisher Waterhouse Partner Eduardo Ustaran, CIPP/E. “Such reforms are a work in progress that will extend over months and years, but Obama’s stance is bound to have a very direct effect on existing and forthcoming EU data protection requirements,” he adds. In this installment of Privacy Perspectives, Ustaran lays out his predictions “about the practical impact of the proposed plans in Europe.”
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