he UK has introduced a “data bridge” for personal data sharing with the US, but its future might hinge on challenges to EU-US data sharing rules.
French MEP Philippe Latombe’s lawsuits against the new EU-US data transfer agreement have received support in Germany, where the agreement faces criticism.
The UK government supports a transatlantic data transfer deal between the EU and US, despite potential legal challenges to its durability.
French lawmaker Philippe Latombe challenges the new transatlantic data deal before the EU’s General Court, sparking concerns of prolonged legal disputes.
Fitbit, the Google-owned fitness tracking company, is facing complaints for alleged violation of the EU’s GDPR privacy rules, filed by privacy advocacy group Noyb in Austria, the Netherlands, and Italy.
Finnish DPA orders Yandex and Ridetech International to halt customers’ personal data transfer to Russia due to upcoming legislative reform weakening data protection.
The new Trans-Atlantic Data Privacy Framework between the U.S. and the EU has received mixed reactions from businesses, with some hesitating to adopt it due to potential legal challenges and increased regulatory scrutiny.
he UK is now the first country with Associate status in the Global Cross Border Privacy Rules (CBPR) Forum, opening up opportunities for international collaboration on data transfers.
The European Commission approves the EU-U.S. Data Privacy Framework, setting up robust safeguards for personal data transfer, offering redress mechanisms for EU citizens, and fortifying transatlantic trust in data privacy.