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Daily Dashboard | Why Is the U.S. on the Defensive? It Shouldn't Be. Related reading: ICO fines firm for making record amount of nuisance calls

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U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) surveillance may greatly exceed that of any other free-world intelligence agency, and the NSA allegedly has diminished security by covertly inducing the use of "back doors" in communications products and systems. But those who say the EU trumps the U.S. on privacy protections—a sentiment many take as Gospel—may be overlooking a few inconvenient points, writes David Bender in this exclusive for The Privacy Advisor, adding, The assumption that the EU privacy regime has resulted in more actual privacy than the U.S. privacy regime might profit from reexamination.”
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