Time magazine is latest mainstream U.S. publication to run major story on plight of America's 'accidentals'

Time magazine, one of the longest-established and best-known weekly magazines in the U.S., has become the latest mainstream media outlet to run a major article about America's so-called "accidental Americans," and their struggles to maintain bank accounts in the countries in which they live and are citizens of, as a result of the controversial U.S. law known as FATCA. 

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EU Council's Kreienbaum, to IRS Commissioner Rettig: We need to talk about FATCA

The head of the German Presidency of the EU has written a strongly-worded letter to the head of the U.S. Internal Revenue Service on the subject of the U.S. law known as FATCA, and what he calls "the continuing challenges EU residents with U.S. citizenship are encountering in connection with the application of the FATCA – Exchange of Information under  Intergovernmental Agreements (IGA) by the the EU Member States."

Mishcon latest: Files GDPR complaint with Luxembourg data protection agency

Mishcon de Reya, the London-based law firm that has been a hard-to-miss presence in European data protection matters over the past year, on Tuesday said it had filed "a lengthy GDPR complaint in two languages (English and French) with the Luxembourg National Data Protection Commission," as it sought to "bring together the concerns raised by the European data protection community and relevant European judgements."

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AARO, to Biden, Harris: 'Congratulations, let's work together on behalf of overseas Americans'

AARO, to Biden, Harris: 'Congratulations, let's work together on behalf of overseas Americans'

Today, Jan. 20, is Inauguration Day in Washington, D.C., when Joe Biden is due to be sworn in as the next president of the U.S. Here, William Jordan, president of...