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Francesca Blythe

16 October 2015

European Data Protection Authorities Give Companies Three Months to Assess New International Data Transfer Solutions and Call “Urgently” for Safe Harbor 2.0 – Model Contracts and Binding Corporate Rules Remain Viable

The Article 29 Working Party, which includes representatives from all EU Data Protection Authorities, released its much-awaited guidance on the judgment by the European Court of Justice declaring the European Commission’s decision on the Safe Harbor to be invalid. Described as “a collective and common position on the judgment,” the … Read More

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25 June 2015

Final Negotiations Set To Begin On EU Data Privacy Law

More than three years after the initial proposal for the EU Data Protection Regulation was published by the European Commission, it has been agreed by Europe’s Council of Ministers. The negotiations will now start between the commission, the European Parliament and the Council, in what is known as the “Trilogue” … Read More

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