Walking or flying when it comes to data privacy?

We need a workable framework for data to be protected and to flow freely between member states.

Reading the article “Who is watching while you browse?” (Special report on the digital economy, 17-23 February) reminded me of Mohammad Ali’s famous explanation of why, when he had the choice, he preferred not to travel by plane: “I always travel by coach. If it breaks, it doesn’t fall 30,000 feet.” 

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