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EU wrong to allow passenger data release

A European Union decision taken two years ago to share personal information about passengers flying from the EU to the U.S. with American authorities was illegal, the European Court of Justice ruled Tuesday. The decision to share passenger name records, which include details such as citizens’ names, addresses and travel schedules, came in the wake of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks and was intended to help the U.S. pursue its so-called “war on terrorism.” Full Story

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