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EU-U.S. ‘Privacy Shield’ Agreement: Useful Or Useless? Yahoo Surveillance Scandal Should Decide That

How European legislators and commissioners react to Yahoo allowing the NSA to scan all of its users’ emails, including those of Europeans, will decide whether the “Privacy Shield” agreement actually does anything at all to protect EU citizens’ privacy.
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