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State Department

(Daily News)
March 03, 2016

This week's release of a new U.S.-European Union data protection agreement has triggered a debate among proponents and critics over whether it can withstand a likely European Court Of Justice (ECJ) review to determine if it offers adequate protection to EU citizens' data handled by U.S.-based companies compared to what EU member states provide.


(Daily News)
March 03, 2016

The newly released framework for transatlantic data flows contains four tiers of recourse options for European Union citizens who consider their data to have been inadequately protected, and lays out seven “core principles” relating to transparency, use and user choice for participating companies.


(Daily News)
February 26, 2016

The European Union's ambassador to the U.S. on Friday (Feb. 26) said the text of the newly minted Privacy Shield agreement will be released on Monday and approved by the European Commission and member states within “a matter of months,” securing it as the replacement to the invalidated Safe Harbor data transfer framework.


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