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Data protection is key focus for European presidency

New safeguards are essential in order for the digital economy to thrive, writes Alan Shatter.

13th January, 2013
'Proposals due to be discussed at the meeting have the potential to encourage cross-border trade, promote growth, assist in labour mobility, improve competitiveness, strengthen law enforcement and enhance the rights of citizens across the EU'.

This week, I look forward to welcoming more than 50 EU justice, home affairs and interior ministers, who will attend the Justice and Home Affairs council meeting in Dublin.

This meeting provides an excellent opportunity to present Ireland's key priorities in the justice and home affairs areas that are in the interests of stability, jobs and growth, and to progress our Justice for Growth agenda.

Proposals due to be discussed at the meeting have the potential...

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