Tag: Schrems II

EU-US Data Privacy Framework Adopted

This afternoon, the European Commission has adopted an adequacy decision for the EU-US Data Privacy Framework. This decision finds that the United States provides an equivalent level of data protection to that of the European Union, enabling the safe and unrestricted flow of personal data from the EU to U.S. companies under the new framework. EU […]

Data protection & privacy digest 4 – 17 March 2023: position of DPOs, user behavior analysis, creditworthiness and profiling

TechGDPR’s review of international data-related stories from press and analytical reports.   Legal processes and redress DPOs enforcement action: The EDPB launches coordinated enforcement action on the designation and position of data protection officers. DPOs across the EU will be sent questionnaires, with the possibility of further formal investigations and follow-ups. According to the Portuguese data […]

Weekly digest December 20 – 26, 2021: Facebook data transfer hustle, guide on Germany’s TTDSG, contactless payments, tech buzzwords

TechGDPR’s review of international data-related stories from press and analytical reports. Legal processes and redress: Facebook data transfer hustle, Amazon fine halted, adequacy for South Korea Despite the CJEU twice declaring that the US does not offer sufficient protection for Europeans’ data from American national security agencies, Facebook, (Meta)’s lawyers continue to disagree, according to […]

International Transfers of Personal Data after the Schrems II ruling

On July 16, 2020, the top court of the European Union (CJEU) issued a groundbreaking ruling on the so-called “Schrems II” case concerning  international transfers of personal data from the European Union. It was meant to deal mostly with transfers to the main EU commercial partner – the United States – but turned out to […]

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