October 25, 2020
House members push for successor to U.S.-EU Privacy Shield framework
A bipartisan group of 20 House members is urging the Commerce Department and the Federal Trade Commission to craft a successor to the U.S.-EU Privacy Shield framework to mitigate costs for trans-Atlantic business.
The European Union Court of Justice in July said Privacy Shield, which was established to ensure trans-Atlantic data transfers adhered to EU privacy standards, did not adequately protect the data of Europeans from U.S. legal activities the same way it is safeguarded in the bloc. The move...