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Outcome of Privacy Shield Review Uncertain, Despite U.S. Steps Toward Compliance

Posted in GDPR, Privacy
When the European Commission re-approved the Privacy Shield agreement during its first annual review in the fall of 2017, permitting the transatlantic transfer of personal information to compliant U.S. companies to continue, it did so with a number of reservations. As the Privacy Shield agreement fast approaches its second annual review at the end of… Continue Reading

Privacy & Cybersecurity Weekly News Update – Week of August 21

Posted in Cybersecurity / Data Security, Privacy
ICO investigating into Facebook and WhatsApp Data Sharing Plans; Germany and France publish joint action plan against encryption; PrivacyShield now covering 200 U.S. companies. UK DPA investigating into Facebook and WhatsApp Data Sharing Plans The United Kingdom’s Information Commissioner (‘ICO’) is taking a closer look into WhatsApp’s plan to share more user data with parent… Continue Reading