Congressional inaction deepens crisis over transatlantic data

After back-to-back legal losses, European officials are wary of approving another data agreement absent major changes to U.S. surveillance and privacy laws. But Capitol Hill hasn’t budged.

FILE - In this 2016 file photo, a worker on a lift adjusts the EU flags in front of EU headquarters in Brussels. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo, File)

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