Just 12 days after a review by EU and US policy makers gave it an almost completely clean bill of health, Privacy Shield caught a nasty cold in Ireland.
- With latest transatlantic data sharing framework now at risk, what are the probable business implications?
- Is there any way of resolving the fundamental incompatibility between US surveillance and EU privacy law?
There have been two self certified transatlantic data sharing frameworks. The initial one, Safe Harbour, was overturned last year and hurried replaced by Privacy Shield.
Each required tech companies to promise to live up to the EU’s data protection rules, in order to move data across the Atlantic from servers in the EU to others in the US.
For more information see the full article which first appeared on Think Digital, here.