EU Tech Chief ‘Not Concerned’ About Use of Palantir

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  • Apr.03 — The European Union’s technology chief Thierry Breton said he is “not concerned” about the use of data-mining software provided by Palantir Technologies Inc. and other U.S. software to analyze data about the spread of the coronavirus. “We are in a global environment, we are doing stuff with some friends and allies,” Internal Market Commissioner Breton said in an interview on “Bloomberg Markets: European Open.”

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