UPDATE:  Although we previously reported that a possible Safe Harbor resolution may be imminent, Bloomberg BNA is now reporting that a European Commission official has told them there may be no deal today to replace the U.S.-EU Safe Harbor Program.

According to BNA, when European Commissioner for Justice, Consumers and Gender Equality Justice Vera Jourova goes before the European Parliament later today, she will only provide a status update of the negotiations as opposed to announcing a resolution of this issue.  Without an announcement resolving this matter today, it is possible the Art. 29 Party (made up of data protection officials from the 28 EU member states) may decide during their scheduling meeting tomorrow that individual Data Protection Authorities will start enforcement actions against companies over data transfers which are still based on the invalidated Safe Harbor Program.

We will continue to update this situation as it unfolds.