EU's tough privacy laws face uphill battle

Jan 27, 2012 by Liam Tung in Networking
Microsoft, Google and the British Information Commission's Office have warned that a proposed overhaul of Europe's data privacy regime may be unworkable.  European Justice Commissioner ...


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