Successor Privacy Shield approved: Schrems’s turn again
A successor to Privacy Shield received official approval from the European Commission on Monday. This allows data on EU residents to be sent to the US again. Because the new framework better restrains the U.S. from requesting the data, lawmakers believe the deal will hold up.
At a press confere... Read more
EU-US privacy shield draws nearer
The European Union is moving in on the final stages of a data transfer pact with the United States. Brussels issued a draft decision asserting that US safeguards against intelligence-gathering activities are robust enough to address concerns previously raised by the EU.
Both sides managed to sea... Read more
Privacy group files privacy complaint against Google in France
The Austrian group NOYB claims Android phones violate Europeans' right to privacy.
Privacy group NOYB has instigated a new complaint about Google's use of the Android Advertising ID (AAID) to track users. They claim that the identifiers that the Android system uses are in clear violation of EU l... Read more