The Office of the European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS) has released a series of opinions concerning the data protection standards in the European Commission's data-sharing agreements between Europol and five Latin American countries: Ecuador, Brazil, Peru, Bolivia, and Mexico.
In a statement, EDPS Wiewiórowski welcomed "a well-structured set of objectives to achieve when negotiating agreements on the exchange of personal data between Europol and third country law enforcement authorities."
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