Daily Caller: New Security Laws with Built-in Conflicts

In the United States, three pieces of legislation set the stage for government and national security agencies to access and use private information stored in electronic media. In the United Kingdom, a bill would make national security access easier. The European Union’s new privacy law is set to replace the 28-nation hodgepodge of privacy and security laws, and that new regime carries draconian fines. The three sets of laws have different emphasis and will make tripartite legal compliance often impossible for commercial vendors.

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