The European Parliament rejected an agreement reached between the European Union and Canada that would permit the transfer of passenger data from EU airlines to the border authorities of Canada. The EP challenged a similar agreement between the EU and US last year. "MEPs felt that the signature of such an agreement should be postponed until the Court of Justice takes a final decision on a very similar procedure between the EU and US on the transfer of data, even if they agreed in principle ...

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