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On Wednesday, German data privacy commissioners will meet in Berlin for their annual conference to discuss whether the Safe Harbor agreement between the EU and the U.S. should be scrapped, ZDNet reports. The meeting will allow German regulators to voice ongoing frustration over the lack of reform following the Snowden revelations, which revealed the NSA was collecting German citizens’ data. “I, as well as several of my German colleagues, have serious doubts about whether U.S. companies that have self-certified under the agreement can be considered to be in a safe harbor,” said Berlin’s commissioner for data and information.
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