The legal and financial burden for companies to comply with the recent ruling to invalidate the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield might actually be worse than first thought, if an FAQ from the European Data Protection Board is any indication.
The European Court of Justice has ruled that the transfer of data from the EU to the United States through a mechanism known as Privacy Shield, employed by thousands of American companies including Facebook, does not comply with EU privacy regulations; it?s a decision with wide-ranging implications.
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Thousands of companies may have to find new ways of transferring data from Europe to the United States after a court ruled that the current transatlantic agreement does not sufficiently protect European citizens' data from US surveillance.
The European Court of Justice has ruled that the international exchange of data is key for the economy, but that it needs to be better regulated. DW's Bernd Riegert says the data needs to be stored in Europe.
Boris Johnson?s government will launch a campaign Monday to urge businesses to prepare for the end of the Brexit transition period on Dec. 31, as a survey showed only a quarter of directors said their companies were fully ready.
AS PART of the gradual lifting of lockdown and strict social distancing measures around the EU, the European Commission, along with member states participating in the eHealth Network, has overseen a coordinated approach to develop an EU toolbox for the use of mobile applications which would facilitate contact tracing and...
BERLIN ? A proposed European cloud computing platform that seeks to break the continent?s reliance on Silicon Valley will take shape in the coming weeks when a group of 22 French and German companies set up a legal entity to run it.