US and EU to Negotiate E-Evidence Agreement
If the negotiations are successful, European authorities would be able to access evidence needed for criminal cases more quickly than they can now and U.S.-based service providers would not have to worry about violating EU data protection rules when providing evidence related to European nationals.
The European Union has given the green light to negotiations with the U.S. for an agreement to speed up the exchange of electronic evidence in criminal cases.
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