An article in the Washington Post reports that European Union Justice Commissioner Didier Reynders has said he wants to work with US regulators to better protect consumers online. Reynders, who met with US officials on a trip to Washington last week, also said the two sides are making progress on a new trans-Atlantic data flows agreement to replace the EU-US Privacy Shield. “We will try to see if it’s possible to have a political, clear vision before the end of the year,” Reynders said, adding there has been “a good evolution in a very difficult and sensitive issue.”
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