This analysis is an in-depth look at the January 2017 Executive Order 13768, Enhancing Public Safety in the Interior of the United States, and its interaction with two laws, the Privacy Act of 1974 and the Judicial Redress Act of 2015. Regardless of the reasons underlying why the order was written, a key question this analysis considers is if the order damages the EU-US Privacy Shield agreement, and what that means.
The report US- EU Privacy Shield Analysis: Winners and Losers was published April 6, 2016. Report authors: Robert Gellman and Pam Dixon You are at the report main page, where you can download the full report in PDF format. Report Links: Download full report (PDF, 9 pages) Read “report in brief” front matter below. — The Analysis in
Pam Dixon will be presenting a one-hour seminar on privacy standards and developments and what they mean for digital signage at the Digital Signage Expo (DSE) in Las Vegas. DSE is the largest gathering of digital signage experts in the world. The privacy seminar will cover key US laws, new developments in privacy, including in
The US and the European Commission have released details about the proposed Privacy Shield program, formerly known as the “EU-US Safe Harbor Framework.” A key takeaway on US side is that the program will still rely on self-certification, although with improved verification and monitoring mechanisms. For its part, the US Department of Commerce has released a 132-page package containing the program principles, letters from the
Update for February 29, 2016: The US and the European Commission have released new details about the proposed Privacy Shield program. We have published a new post about this release here. Briefly, the US Department of Commerce has released a 132-page package containing the program principles, letters from the FTC, the Department of Transportation, the Office of the Director