EUObserver reports on EU Justice Commissioner Viviane Reding’s call to accelerate movement on the data protection bill currently stuck in the European Parliament’s civil liberties committee. “I would find it helpful if the European Council in October, which will deal with the European single market, could address this matter and speed up the work in the council on this important file,” said Reding in her appeal on Monday. Meanwhile, Hogan Lovells’ Christopher Wolf opines in Financial Times that “it is wrong to assume the U.S. is the worst regarding surveillance,” arguing that Europe does its fair share.
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