U.S. Tech Firms Accused of Failing EU Privacy

At least thirty U.S. companies are "failing to provide" safeguards for European citizens promised by the U.S. government, a new complaint alleges. A filing submitted to the U.S. Federal Trade Commission by the Center for Digital Democracy claims Salesforce, Adobe, AOL, and other companies are "compiling, using, and sharing EU consumers' personal information without their awareness and meaningful consent, in violation the Safe Harbor framework."

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