Tag: Safe Harbor
Free expression is not safe in India: government must not slash social media safe harbour protection
The Indian government must commit to protecting free expression and maintaining safe harbour protection for social media platforms.
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
Protecting our privacy under the CLOUD: what new agreements should look like
The U.S. is currently in negotiations with the U.K. regarding a CLOUD Act data access agreement. Here’s what any new agreement should have to protect our rights.
Global civil society groups call for reform of US surveillance law Section 702
Europe must suspend the EU-US Privacy Shield data-transfer arrangement unless the US Congress undertakes meaningful reform of surveillance law.
Civil society coalition letter on the Privacy Shield arrangement
Transatlantic coalition of civil society groups: Privacy Shield is not enough, must return to negotiating tables
“Privacy Shield” is not enough
Intelligence community refuses to follow treaty requirements on human rights
U.S. intelligence agencies are failing to provide a mechanism to allow non-U.S. persons to file complaints with the government about human rights abuses.
Activating the EU-US Privacy Shield: To protect privacy, we need reform, not rebranding
Negotiators in the European Union and the United States have agreed on a stop-gap measure to allow companies to transfer private data overseas. But the “EU-US Privacy Shield” is not likely to withstand legal challenge. To protect privacy, we need reform, not rebranding.