Daily Archives: October 6, 2010

US continues unacceptable demands of data from EU


While I don’t understand how handing over your complete financial information to the US without anything in return hasn’t pushed anger within the EU to the limit, off course the US will continue demanding unsoveign, highly sensitive information. The EU has shown very little on the privacy level and is now just selling-out further apparently. After the finance, comes vingerprints, dna, next up your medical documents, tax return and anything else they can digitally receive. But ow wait, “we are angry of course“! Sure.
Not that the EU would ever get the US data….feeling used yet?

The ridiculous claim that a country as Swiss gives in for pressure of visa requirements is laughable. Not in the last place because countries could simply demand the same in return. It is just another sign that no serious press critics on this part seem to walk around.

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