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By Stephen Gardner. Negotiators from the US and the European Union have initialed a data protection agreement.

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By Stephen Gardner. New Dutch law gives data protection authority new enforcement, fining powers, mandates breach notification.

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By Stephen Gardner. Google could face a stand-off with European privacy regulators.

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EU justice ministers responded to terrorist attacks with a plan to require airlines to hand over passenger data to law enforcement.

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By Stephen Gardner. Data protection used to be boring. For most companies it was a dull compliance exercise. But Edward Snowden changed all that.

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By Stephen Gardner. You are being tracked online, and you probably have no idea how much. Are company pledges to use data fairly enough to assuage concerns?

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By Stephen Gardner. Ooops! The British police face the loss of one of their favourite surveillance tools thanks to the European Union Court of Justice.

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By Stephen Gardner. There has been much mock indignation in Brussels since former US National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden began drip-feeding his mass-surveillance revelations to the Facebook-obsessed world.

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By Stephen Gardner. Grab your tin hats because another human rights Euro-barney is on the way – about data retention.

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Privacy is considered a right in the EU, and the European Commission, the EU's executive arm, wants the right to be more rigorously enforced, writes Stephen Gardner.

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