EU Justice Commissioner Viviane Reding met with U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder to discuss a range of issues including data protection initiatives and other collaborative efforts between the European Commission (EC) and the U.S. Justice Department, NewEurope reports. Among more specific topics, the officials discussed online protections for children and ongoing data-sharing efforts. According to an EC press release, “Each noted recent progress made, and both sides were optimistic in reiterating their determination to finalize negotiations as rapidly as possible.” Meanwhile, the UK government is not backing efforts within the proposed EU data protection regulation to instill a “right to be forgotten,” The Guardian reports.
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