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Jan 14 2017 - 10:21am
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The European Commission has raised concerns about Yahoo's scanning of all customer's incoming emails for U.S. intelligence purposes. This is a first test case of the EU-US Privacy Shield agreement that allows companies to move Europeans' personal data seamlessly across the Atlantic. The agreement is important to the free flow of information for various purposes, including educational applications.
Posted in: Normative Perspectives|By: Gary Natriello|10 Reads