EDPB announced that it had adopted an opinion on the European Commission’s draft adequacy decision for the Republic of Korea.
The planned EU-U.S. Trade and Technology Council meeting Sept. 29 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is now in jeopardy with the EU threatening to cancel.
The EU and the US have been working on a deal since July last year.
Belgian Council of State confirmed a decision of the regional Flemish Authorities to contract with an EU branch of a U.S. company using Amazon Web Services (“AWS”).
As the invalidation of the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield continues to cast uncertainty over data flows, the need for federal privacy legislation looms larger than ever.
As negotiators work to find a Privacy Shield replacement, some say part of the solution lies within a federal privacy law.
Financial services giant Intuit this week informed 1.4 million small businesses using its QuickBooks Online Payroll and Intuit Online Payroll products that their payroll information will be shared with big-three consumer credit bureau Equifax starting later this year unless customers opt out by the end of this month.
Restricting data flows in Europe might lead to economic damage worth €2 trillion by 2030, roughly the size of Italy’s economy, and result in two million fewer new jobs, a new industry study has warned.