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"The European Union, (EU), has defined privacy principles are generally more protective of individual privacy than in the United States. Because of this, the tranfer of personal information from the EU to the US is not prohibited when equivalent privacy protection is not in place in the US."
Is the above correct? It seems a non sequitur. --agr 01:35, 17 February 2006 (UTC)
A large section of the article on information privacy deals with laws in various countries. That section should be moved to the information privacy law article, and a summary included in the main article. Also the safe harbor sections should probably be merged, with one having the main material, the other just a summary. Zodon (talk) 21:10, 16 November 2008 (UTC)