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Successor Privacy Shield approved: Schrems’s turn again

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

date11 months ago
Atlantic Declaration spurs US-UK cooperation on emerging technology

Atlantic Declaration spurs US-UK cooperation on emerging technology

The new agreement offers UK companies more comprehensive data transfer facilities and streamlined AI regulation. Britain and the United States have signed an "Atlantic Declaration" to address economic challenges together. This was communicated by the White House last week. These challenges exist... Read more

date12 months ago
Austrian regulators declare Meta tracking tools are illegal

Austrian regulators declare Meta tracking tools are illegal

The Austrian Data Protection authority has issued a decision stemming from a 2020 complaint. The Austrian Data Protection Authority (DSB) has decided that the use of Facebook’s tracking pixel directly violates the EU's GDPR privacy law and the so-called “Schrems II” decision on transatlant... Read more

date1 year ago
EU-US privacy shield draws nearer

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

date1 year ago
US is expected to reveal a revamped Privacy Shield next week

US is expected to reveal a revamped Privacy Shield next week

Three sources familiar with the matter told POLITICO that the White House is set to issue its long-anticipated executive order on transatlantic data flows next week. The new Privacy Shield is intended to address European complaints about US surveillance methods, and it may be signed and announc... Read more

date2 years ago
Meta receives a new draft decision on its EU-U.S. data transfers

Meta receives a new draft decision on its EU-U.S. data transfers

"This is not a final decision," a spokesperson for the tech giant was quick to comment. Facebook has received a “revised” preliminary decision from its lead EU privacy regulator this week. The decision could have implications for its ability to continue to export user data to the US. This i... Read more

date2 years ago
France condemns Analytics: Europe slowly eliminates Google software

France condemns Analytics: Europe slowly eliminates Google software

The French privacy and data authority (CNIL) is using Google Analytics as an argument to accuse several French sites of privacy violations. In doing so, the CNIL follows the example of Dutch, Norwegian and Austrian authorities. "Google's measures are not sufficient to exclude the accessibility o... Read more

date2 years ago
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