Testimony to the European Parliament on PNR data

Identity Project consultant and technical expert Edward Hasbrouck is testifying Thursday in Brussels on the proposed agreement between the European Union and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security on transfers of Passenger Name Records (PNR’s) from the European Union to the DHS, at a public hearing on “Protection of Personal Data in Transatlantic Security Cooperation: SWIFT, PNR & Co. – which way forward?”, hosted by Jan Philipp Albrecht, Member of the European Parliament. 14:00-17:00 (8-11 a.m. Eastern time, 5-8 a.m. Pacific time), European Parliament, Brussels, room ASP 1G-3 (open to the public, but prior arrangement required for access to the building).

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