Privacy Paradox

Europe Is Deeply Unserious

By Paul Rosenzweig
Thursday, July 27, 2017, 10:41 AM

Being an American is tough these days.  One has to explain a lot to foreigners that is inexplicable.  Then, along comes Europe to show that congential foolishness is not a uniquely American trait. Consider this bit of . Apparently the court thinks that Canada's data privacy laws—CANADA!—is inadequate to protect European privacy.  Last week I wrote about ..  Our hubris has nothing on the Europeans. Anyone who has the least bit of hope for a common Western approach to privacy, data exchange and national security has to look at the ECJ and despair.