Tag Archives: EU/U.S. Safe Harbor

The EU – US Privacy Shield Passed its First Annual Review

The European Commission recently issued an overall positive review in its first annual report on the E.U. – U.S. Privacy Shield (“Privacy Shield”),  after evaluating the Privacy Shield in its joint review with the US last month. The Privacy Shield took effect in August 2016 replacing the EU – US Safeharbor that was invalidated by … Continue Reading

Safe Harbor Resolution…Not So Fast

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 … Continue Reading

Making Sausage: The Senate and the House Must Reconcile Judicial Redress Legislation with Safe Harbor Negotiations On-Going.

The folks over at Politico are reporting that the Senate Judiciary Committee struck a deal Wednesday night regarding the Judicial Redress Act. The committee adopted Senator John Cornyn’s amendment that ties the bill’s privacy protections to the proposed new Safe Harbor Agreement being negotiated between the U.S. and the EU. The Judicial Redress Bill attempts … Continue Reading

EU / US Closer to Safe Harbor Replacement, says EU Official

As most readers are aware, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) rule in Schrems v. Data Protection Commissioner (Case C-362/14) on October 6, 2015, the voluntary Safe Harbor Program did not provide adequate protection to the personal data of EU citizens. Post Schrems U.S. companies have been unclear what to do to … Continue Reading
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