EU Parliament adopted a resolution deeming the EU-U.S. Data Privacy Framework to be inadequate in providing the protection demanded by EU data protection law.
expressed concerns regarding the adequacy decision proposed by the European Commission, asserting that a data transfer between the EU and U.S. would not guarantee sufficient safeguards for personal data protection.
Austrian Data Protection Authority has declared that Facebook's tracking pixel violates the GDPR and the latest CJEU decision on transatlantic data flows.
CNIL closed its inquiry into Lusha Systems, Inc.'s adherence to GDPR after concluding that law does not aplly to it.
European Parliament’s Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs issued a Draft Motion for a Resolution demanding that the European Commission not grant adequacy to the newly proposed EU-U.S. Data Privacy Framework.
Chinese-owned app TikTok faces increasing backlash from European politicians and regulators.
The destiny of Meta's data transfer to the U.S. may depend on a critical Article 65 dispute resolution procedure within the European Union.
French DPA closed down an investigation against a US company providing a browser extension, after finding that its activities were not subject to the GDPR.
EU Justice Commissioner Didier Reynders gives a new EU-U.S. data pact a "seven or eight out of 10 chance" of withstanding a legal challenge.
Commission starts process to adopt adequacy decision for safe data flows with the US.