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
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
The closely watched Safe Harbor talks to craft new privacy rules for transatlantic data flows between the US and the EU have resulted in some preliminary signals today, although a final outcome is still pending. Commissioner Jourova, speaking before the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice, and Home Affairs, said that the talks had not yet produced an agreement.
After four years of negotiations, the EU Commission, Parliament, and Council have reached a final agreement on the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The GDPR is an omnibus data protection law which sets arguably the most extensive data protection laws globally, along with strong enforcement authority. The new law contains many new provisions that move