#PrivacyShield does not provide adequate data protection for EU citizens

On 5 July 2018 MEPs passed a resolution (303 votes to 223, 29 abstentions) to suspend Privacy Shield starting from 1 September 2018 until the United States is in full compliance with the terms of the agreement. Members of the European Parliament in doing so have called upon US authorities to remove companies that misuse personal ...

EU-US Privacy Shield at risk

Earlier this month MEPs from the Civil Liberties Committee brought attention to the necessity of better monitoring Privacy Shield by way of a Motion for a Resolution to wind up the debate on the statement by the Commission pursuant to Rule 123(2) of the Rules of Procedure on the adequacy of the protection afforded by the EU-US ...

Privacy Shield passes Commission’s annual review

Today the European Commission published its first annual report on Privacy Shield, which is of fundamental importance with respect to international data transfers, having implications for both the EU and US economies. After one year, the Commission has confirmed that Privacy Shield is fit for its purpose, protecting the data of subjects whose data is ...