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EU still unhappy with US data on Yahoo email scanning

Friday 13 January 2017 | 08:42 CET | News
The European Union remains unhappy with the US response to its concerns regarding the recent Yahoo email scanning scandal, reports Reuters, citing EU Justice Commissioner Vera Jourova. Yahoo was accused of secretly scanning hundreds of millions of customer emails between January and July 2015 at the behest of US intelligence agencies. Jourova said the information provided by the US thus far has been unsatisfactory and could have implications for the EU-US Privacy Shield data transfer arrangement.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: European Commission / Yahoo
Countries: Europe / United States
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