Europe may suspend data-sharing agreements with the U.S. if American policy makers don’t improve how Europeans’ online information is protected, The New York Times reports. That’s according to Andrus Ansip, the nominee to lead Europe’s digital agenda, who added the U.S. still needs to convince European lawmakers it takes a hard line on data protection. “Americans have to deliver and provide real trust to European citizens,” Ansip said during a hearing at European Parliament in Brussels, adding a suspension of Safe Harbor is still on the table. (Registration may be required to access this story.)
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