LIBE votes for Privacy Shield’s suspension: What does it mean?

On June 11 EU Parliament’s Civil Liberties Committee (LIBE) voted on the current international data-transfer agreement between the EU and U.S. passed its resolution, 29 to 25, to ask the European Commission to suspend Privacy Shield until the U.S. authorities comply with its terms in full.

Parliament is likely to vote on resolution in July and the question is whether it will agree with LIBE’s position.

Source: LIBE votes for Privacy Shield’s suspension: What does it mean?

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