David Bender writes:
Yesterday, a group of twenty-seven privacy and civil liberties organizations sent a letter to EU officials opposing the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield, which was released last month and is currently being reviewed by the Article 29 Working Party in the EU. According to the letter, the Privacy Shield “manifestly fails” to meet the standards set by the Court of Justice of the European Union in invalidating the prior Safe Harbor Framework.
While the letter acknowledges that “questions remain about the scope and utility” of the Privacy Shield, it lists three specific critiques.
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