U.S. secretly watered down Europe's proposed privacy rules, report claims
June 13, 2013 Leave a comment
The revelation of the U.S.'s global web spying campaign is proving pretty awkward for the EU's executive body, the European Commission. As the Commission has been forced to admit, it already knew about PRISM before Edward Snowden's leak, and had "systematically" raised the issue with its U.S. counterparts, apparently without much luck.
This explains why the Commission's initial reaction to the scandal was…