This post was written by Nick Tyler.

The EU Commission has recently approved Israel as a country providing “an adequate level of protection for personal data transferred from the European Union”.

This follows a lengthy process which was nearly derailed, after Irish Government objections, following the assassination in Dubai last January of a Hamas official allegedly committed by agents of Mossad, Israel’s Secret Service, and associated allegations of identity theft involving the passports of Irish (as well as UK) citizens.

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