EU Regulators Demand Action On 'Privacy Shield' Issues

Law360, New York (December 5, 2017, 10:25 PM EST) -- Europe’s data protection authorities on Tuesday warned that they would move to strike down the trans-Atlantic Privacy Shield data transfer pact if officials don’t act within the next year to address several “significant concerns,” including a lack of clear guidance on consumers' redress rights and insufficient U.S. surveillance guarantees.

The group of European Union data protection authorities known as the Article 29 Working Party offered their latest take on the less than two-year-old Privacy Shield in a report released on the heels of the completion of...
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