Everyone is talking about the European Court of Justice’s landmark judgment that declared the EU-U.S. Safe Harbor invalid.
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
The webinar “Safe Harbor Briefing: Your Questions Answered,” took place on October 8, 2015 at 4:30 pm BST through a partnership with Sidley Austin LLP and DataGuidance. Speakers for the briefing panel were Cameron Kerry, Senior Counsel, who as General Counsel of the U.S. Commerce Department led U.S. discussions with … Read More
Originally posted by the Council on Foreign Relations Net Politics Blog on October 8, 2015.
In a decision Tuesday that was as shocking as it was predictable, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) invalidated the U.S.-EU Safe Harbor for westward bound international transfers of personal data. The … Read More
Today the European Court of Justice (“ECJ”) issued its judgment in the Max Schrems case in which it declared the European Commission’s decision on Safe Harbor as invalid. The Commission’s decision in 2000 found that companies participating in the US Department of Commerce Safe Harbor framework were operating under an … Read More
Originally posted by the U.S. Chamber Foundation, Sept. 22, 2015, as part of a series of articles relating to the Internet of Everything project. Read more at uschamberfoundation.org/ioe.
The reverberations throughout global markets of China’s economic slowdown and stock market fall remind us once again how much the world’s … Read More
In a seismic recommendation, Advocate General Yves Bot at the European Court of Justice (ECJ) issued his opinion in the closely watched Max Schrems case challenging the U.S.-EU Safe Harbor Agreement and has found Safe Harbor to be invalid. The opinion is not legally binding on the ECJ, although the … Read More
The Practising Legal Institute has published “Cybersecurity: A Practical Guide to the Law of Cyber Risk,” a treatise edited by Ed McNicholas and Vivek Mohan of Sidley Austin LLP. This “Sidley on Cybersecurity” treatise sets out in a clear and readable manner the complex legal framework for cybersecurity … Read More
The National Telecommunications and Information Administration (“NTIA”), housed within the U.S. Commerce Department, has been facilitating a multistakeholder process to develop privacy safeguards for the commercial use of facial recognition technology since December of 2013—with the first in person meeting held in February 2014. NTIA seeks to create a … Read More
The English Court of Appeal has recently issued a landmark judgment against Google which could open the door to data privacy litigation in the EU.
The case concerned the collection by Google of Safari users’ browser information, allegedly without their knowledge or consent. In its opinion, the Court of Appeal … Read More