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UK, US sign landmark Data Access Agreement

Friday 4 October 2019 | 11:58 CET | News
The UK and US have signed a landmark Data Access Agreement. This will allow UK law enforcement agencies to directly demand electronic data relating to serious criminals, such as terrorists, from US technology companies. The US will have reciprocal access, under a US court order, to data from UK communications service providers.

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