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 November 13, 2015  Non-U.S.

Katie Bo Williams reports:

A group of around 40 privacy groups from both sides of the Atlantic on Friday wrote to European Union and U.S. officials to say the proposal for a new data transfer agreement is insufficient to protect privacy and will likely be struck down by regulators and Europe’s high court.

“A revised Safe Harbor framework similar to the earlier Safe Harbor framework will almost certainly be found invalid by the national data protection agencies and ultimately by the [Court of Justice of the European Union],” the groups wrote.

Read more on The Hill. A copy of the letter can be found on ThePublicVoice.


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