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Protecting Privacy: The European Union Institutions Maneuver For Dominance: A Case Study Examining the European Union (EU) Institutions in Action During the Passenger Name Records (PNR) Negotiations With the United States

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Proposal for a Case Study:Subjects:The European Union and the Institutions of the European Union, EU and US relations, a comparison of European values and American values (privacy rights and the fight against terrorism)Case: In 2004 the European Council and the European Commission reached an agreement with the United States (after more than 18 months of negotiations) under which the United States Customs and border officials would be allowed to collect 34 different pieces of information about air passengers before they board a plane to the United States from Europe. The United States wanted the data as a step in the fight against terrorism.The European Parliament disagreed with this draft agreement between the Commission and the United States and voted 276 to 260 to refer the agreement to the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg.In May 2006, the European Union’s highest court ruled that the Union had overstepped its authority by agreeing to give the United States personal details about airline passengers flying from Europe. Specifically, the Court found that the European Commission and the European Council lacked the authority to make the deal, which was reached in May 2004. The decision forced the two sides to renegotiate the agreement. The case study method provides a venue for involving students in active discussions about the European Union and different mandates and responsibilities of each of the four European institutions involved in the case. Active learning techniques will be used, such as a simulation of one or more of the institutions as they discuss the passenger data case and the privacy rights issue. Active learning literature will be reviewed and utilized throughout the case study.

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Zeff, Eleanor. "Protecting Privacy: The European Union Institutions Maneuver For Dominance: A Case Study Examining the European Union (EU) Institutions in Action During the Passenger Name Records (PNR) Negotiations With the United States" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the ISA's 49th ANNUAL CONVENTION, BRIDGING MULTIPLE DIVIDES, Hilton San Francisco, SAN FRANCISCO, CA, USA, Mar 26, 2008 <Not Available>. 2016-06-08 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p253756_index.html>

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Zeff, E. E. , 2008-03-26 "Protecting Privacy: The European Union Institutions Maneuver For Dominance: A Case Study Examining the European Union (EU) Institutions in Action During the Passenger Name Records (PNR) Negotiations With the United States" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the ISA's 49th ANNUAL CONVENTION, BRIDGING MULTIPLE DIVIDES, Hilton San Francisco, SAN FRANCISCO, CA, USA Online <PDF>. 2016-06-08 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p253756_index.html

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Abstract: Proposal for a Case Study:Subjects:The European Union and the Institutions of the European Union, EU and US relations, a comparison of European values and American values (privacy rights and the fight against terrorism)Case: In 2004 the European Council and the European Commission reached an agreement with the United States (after more than 18 months of negotiations) under which the United States Customs and border officials would be allowed to collect 34 different pieces of information about air passengers before they board a plane to the United States from Europe. The United States wanted the data as a step in the fight against terrorism.The European Parliament disagreed with this draft agreement between the Commission and the United States and voted 276 to 260 to refer the agreement to the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg.In May 2006, the European Union’s highest court ruled that the Union had overstepped its authority by agreeing to give the United States personal details about airline passengers flying from Europe. Specifically, the Court found that the European Commission and the European Council lacked the authority to make the deal, which was reached in May 2004. The decision forced the two sides to renegotiate the agreement. The case study method provides a venue for involving students in active discussions about the European Union and different mandates and responsibilities of each of the four European institutions involved in the case. Active learning techniques will be used, such as a simulation of one or more of the institutions as they discuss the passenger data case and the privacy rights issue. Active learning literature will be reviewed and utilized throughout the case study.


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