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Daily Dashboard | Things Looking Up for U.S./EU Relations on Law-Enforcement Access? Related reading: OneTrust named fastest growing company in America by Inc.

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U.S. Attorney General and Acting Secretary of the Department Homeland Security Rand Beers met yesterday with EU Justice Commissioner Vivane Reding, Lithuanian Justice Minister Juozas Bernatonis and other EU officials at the Justice Deparetment in Washington. Prior to the meeting, reports Bloomberg, Reding spoke of a new accord between the U.S. and EU that would “contribute to restoring trust in trans-Atlantic relations, which is of particular importance at this moment in time” (you can see Reding’s speech here). Later, in an interview with DW, Reding said the EU is “negotiating a framework agreement to protect the data of European and American citizens when there is judicial and police cooperation between the two continents.” Officials on both sides agreed to seek a new accord by mid-2014.
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