The “Trans-Atlantic Data Privacy Framework” – Finally a Legally Secure Data Transfer to the United States?

Since the European Court of Justice (ECJ) declared the “Safe Harbour” agreement—which had permitted U.S. companies to comply with EU restrictions on the transfer of personal data outside the EU—invalid in October 2015, transatlantic data traffic has been fraught with significant hurdles and uncertainties. With virtually all European companies relying on data processing by U.S. service providers, the demand for a legally secure and sustainable agreement between the EU and the United States is…
By: Littler
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