Today the EU threw a huge wrench into one of the ways that personal data goes back and forth between EU countries and the U.S., as reported in Mintz Levin’s Privacy and Security Matters Blog.
EU Data Protection Reforms: ICO Critiques Council Draft Regulation Over Consent, Access Rights, EU V. Member State Balance of Power
With the EU Data Protection “reform train” rounding what is hopefully the final bend towards the summit of consensus, the UK ICO have published their latest analysis on the Council’s draft EU Data Protection Regulation.
Today an important statement was issued endangering the free flow of personal data from the European Union to the United States.
In Sunday’s election, Greece re-elected the left-leaning Syriza party headed by former Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, who will renew his coalition with the nationalist Independent Greeks.
The Opinion of the Advocate General (AG) of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) on the case assessing the status and validity of Safe Harbor has created significant uncertainty relating to its immediate future.
Does your company rely on Safe Harbor to transfer personal data from Europe to the US?
Over two years since the European Union (EU) adopted new rules on remuneration via CRD IV, credit institutions and investment firms are now preparing for their application.
The U.S. and the EU recently concluded a treaty which will open the doors of U.S. courts to Europeans suing U.S. companies for data privacy violations.
EU – US Umbrella Agreement About to Be Concluded: Towards a Transatlantic Approach to Data Protection?
According to the European Commissioner for Justice, Consumers and Gender Equality, Věra Jourová, the EU and the US have finalized the EU-US Umbrella Agreement (for the press release, see here; a reportedly near-final draft of the agreement can be read here).
European Union negotiations with the US government for an international data protection framework agreement in the law enforcement area have been finalised.