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March 29, 11

NEWS / United States and European Union Launch Formal Negotiations for an Agreement to Protect Personal Inf


The following is a joint statement on behalf of the United States and the European Union:

On March 28, 2011, the European Union and the United States opened negotiations on an agreement to protect personal information exchanged in the context of fighting crime and terrorism. The negotiations will build on our long-standing, robust cooperation and agreements in this area. The United States and the European Union are committed to ensuring a high level of protection of personal information, while fighting crime and terrorism. The United States and the European Union are strongly determined to reach, without delay, an agreement that will advance our mutual goals.

http://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/2011/March/11-opa-385.html

 




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