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EU and US reach agreement on cross-border data transfer framework, but uncertainty remains

Data Protection Report - Norton Rose Fulbright

On February 2, 2016, the European Commission and the United States reached an agreement on a new framework to permit transatlantic transfers of personal data.  The new framework — named “EU-US Privacy Shield”  — is slated to replace the US-EU Safe Harbor framework that was invalidated by the Court of Justice for the European Union.… Continue Reading

Day-after-Safe Harbor action plan: anticipating ECJ Schrems decision

Data Protection Report - Norton Rose Fulbright

As we have written extensively, the European Court of Justice’s (ECJ’s) ruling in the Schrems case on October 6, 2015 may effectively invalidate the US-EU Safe Harbor framework. While we believe that the Advocate General’s rationale for the proposal is weak, organizations that rely on the Safe Harbor are anxious about the consequences such a decision could have on their operations, and want to make appropriate mitigation plans.… Continue Reading

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