The Assn. of European Airlines (AEA) has welcomed the European Union (EU) Parliament’s decision to approve a new data transfer agreement with the US. The law replaces a provisional agreement set in 2007 and will give US authorities access to the EU passenger name record (PNR) data in order to “prevent, detect, investigate and prosecute terrorism and serious transnational crimes” as well as "to identify persons who would be subject to closer questioning or ...

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