On July 6, CNIL held a plenary meeting to discuss the anti-terrorist bill, concluding that the bill provides extended personal data processing that requires the involvement of CNIL in the draft bill process. CNIL noted the bill's intrusive personal data processing measures and the need for enhanced warranties. The CNIL also cautioned that the Passenger Name Record, as set by the bill, had a broader scope than Directive 2016/681 and that the bill provided spot controls but did not provide ex post control by CNIL (source documents in French).
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