ECJ: processing of passenger data ‘limited to what is strictly necessary’

The processing of passenger data by EU states must be limited to what is absolutely necessary for the fight against terror, according to a ruling by the European Court of Justice. In addition, the European high court made it clear in Tuesday’s ruling that the processing of data on flights within the EU violates EU law unless there is a risk of terrorism (Case C-817/19).

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