Americans as second-class citizens

Bradner, Scott
May 1999
Network World;05/03/99, Vol. 16 Issue 18, p38
Trade Publication
Focuses on the dispute between the United States and the European Union (EU) over the protection of the privacy of individuals. EU's passage of a law on the use of information about its citizens by European companies; US government's proposal to require US companies to abide by the law if they are doing business with European citizens; US government's lack of protection for its own citizens.


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