union. reporter: 15 years ago, brussels and russia signed an agreement regarding data transfers. but revelations from edward snowden in 2013 aroused suspicions that u.s. spy agencies gained access to massive troves of personal information. >> concerns are initially security but we still have something to do there. after the court ruling, we have a very strong argument in continuing the negotiations and achieving that result.
they can try to have service within the european union and they can try to negotiate site agreements with the eu. it will probably mostly hit smaller and midsize corporations. we did see some of those tech names of it under pressure. guest: thank you. that is all for me in the newsroom. brent: maybe she is listening to some music now. germany has some -- has given the world some big names to rock like the scorpions and craftwork. but have you ever heard of dina? she's enjoying success in africa with a song sung in the local language of uganda. we called her up to find out what it is like being a popstar so far from home. reporter: the hustle, the bustle, and the every air -- everyday craziness of compile a in uganda. in the middle of it all is a sociology student from berlin. but in uganda, she has become a popstar. her song is a huge hit in uganda. ugandans love the melody but are also taken with her great delivery. ugandan radio has been playing her hit constantly for weeks. >> this whole thing is crazy and comes as a total surprise. all we did was say let's make some music and the
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