EU calls on U.S. to restore trust post-Snowden surveillance revelations

EU justice commissioner Viviane Reding outlines steps for U.S. to take to address data privacy concerns

Six months after Edward Snowden’s revelations about the United States’ spying activities were exposed to the world, the repercussions continue to mount as executives from the European Union this week called for the U.S. to take action to restore trust in the transatlantic flow of data.

EU justice commissioner Viviane Reding said she wanted Washington to follow through on its promise to give all EU citizens the right to sue in the United States if their data is misused, Reuters reports.

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