All transatlantic data flows articles
Privacy Shield replacement on track, though hurdles remain
The agreement on a new framework for transatlantic data flows between the United States and European Union could be finalized this year. Whether it can stand legal scrutiny is the real question.
U.S. includes surveillance concessions in new transatlantic data flow framework
President Joe Biden’s executive order on a data privacy framework aims to provide a workable, legally resilient solution for companies to continue moving and storing the personal data of EU-based citizens to American-based servers without running afoul of the GDPR.
Experts optimistic, though wary, toward Privacy Shield successor
Legal and data privacy experts have expressed cautious optimism regarding the announcement that the United States and European Union have reached an agreement in principle to resume transatlantic data flows.
Third time’s the charm? Agreement in principle reached on U.S.-EU data flows
The United States and European Union have reached an agreement in principle on how to handle transatlantic data flows, a thorny issue that has resulted in two prior frameworks being scrapped by the EU’s top court.