Tag: Privacy Shield
Tech’s long COVID-19: What privacy battles will define 2021?
Major changes to Australian internet legislation needed says report
Privacy Shield Is Gone – What Now!?
In a victory for privacy, the EU Court of Justice bins EU-US Privacy Shield
Today, in a landmark decision, the Court of Justice of the European Union struck down the EU-US Privacy Shield as it fails to protect people’s rights to privacy, data protection and access to remedy.
Access Now to EU Commission: Strike down the toothless Privacy Shield
Update: The Court of Justice of the European Union will deliver its judgement on the “Schrems II” case. While the case deals with larger EU-US data transfer questions, it could lead to the invalidation of the Privacy Shield.
Groundhog Day for Privacy Shield Review
Expediency in action – Privacy Shield’s annual ‘love-in’ in Washington and Brussels keeps up the pretense
Expertos en protección de datos piden modificar la ley: “Corremos el riesgo de ser manipulados por empresas o gobiernos”
The United States spies on the data that Europe exports across the Atlantic
The EU Commission should strike down the EU-US Privacy Shield. Here’s why.
By terminating the EU-US Privacy Shield, the EU Commission can help protect people’s rights and live up to its status as a global leader on the protection of personal data.