Apr 122016
 
 April 12, 2016  Featured News, Laws, Non-U.S.

David Gilbert reports:

A leaked report suggests that a group of European regulators is set to reject a data-sharing deal agreed to by EU and U.S. officials for the transfer of information across the Atlantic, leaving thousands of U.S. companies in limbo, including major technology companies like Google, Facebook and Twitter.

On Wednesday, the 28 European data protection commissioners charged with keeping their citizens’ data safe will issue their opinion on Privacy Shield, the data-sharing deal announced in February, with the support of the Article 29 Working Party seen as crucial to the agreement being implemented.

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