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CJEU to hint at Privacy Shield, Brexit’s future next week

The Court of Justice of the European Union will next week give its opinion on “the agreement envisaged between Canada and the European Union on the transfer and processing of Passenger Name Record data”€ in Avis 1-15 . This will be the first occasion since Schrems  that the CJEU has been formally asked to consider transfers of personal data outside the EU.

Source: CJEU to hint at Privacy Shield, Brexit’s future next week

EEA adopts EU-US Privacy Shield

The European Economic Area Joint Committee has formally adopted a decision to incorporate the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield adequacy decision into the EEA Agreement, which recognizes the framework as a valid mechanism to transfer data from EEA member states to the U.S. This will include Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway.

Source: EEA adopts EU-US Privacy Shield

Could Canada lose its adequacy standing?

The world has changed a lot since the European Commission gave Canada its “adequacy” standing in 2001, determining the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act, commonly known as PIPEDA, properly protects personal data transferred from the EU to Canada.

Source: Could Canada lose its adequacy standing?

Why We Need a Transatlantic Charter for Data Security and Mobility

Setting common guidelines for data flows is crucial both to protect the goods and services that already depend on big data and to support the next generation of productivity gains and business opportunities.

Source: https://www.chathamhouse.org/expert/comment/why-we-need-transatlantic-charter-data-security-and-mobility#

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