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U.S. raises concerns over EU data-protection rule amid Privacy Shield debate

By Rick Weber / May 27, 2016

The United States government is pledging to work with European Union officials on implementation of upcoming EU data-protection requirements in order to address concerns by U.S.-based businesses about the impact of the new rule on transatlantic data flows and the threat of severe penalties.

The U.S. is hoping to work with EU data protection authorities over the next two years in the lead-up to implementation and enforcement of Europe's General Data Protection Rule, or GDPR.

“While we welcome the intention...


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