With Safe Harbor pact dead, consumer groups push for greater online privacy
But will negotiators hear their concerns?
European court throws out U.S.–E.U. data-sharing pact over NSA surveillance
This could have major consequences on both sides of the pond.
Samsung may have rigged its TVs to fool energy-consumption tests
Cheaters never prosper.
U.S. urges E.U. court to keep data-sharing agreement, despite NSA concerns
The international fallout from Edward Snowden's NSA revelations continues.
U.S.-E.U. data-sharing agreement in trouble after NSA surveillance disclosures
The court's impending ruling could dramatically change how Facebook, Apple, and other companies do business in Europe.
Congress advances the Judicial Redress Act to protect foreigners' privacy
'We all benefit when the information our law enforcement agencies share is accurate.'