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Privacy Shield: Can the US Earn the EUs Trust Post Apple vs. FBI?
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Whoopty
Whoopty,
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6/21/2016 | 7:44:17 AM
They're all crooks
While I'm sure some semblance of trust will begin to build again between the EU and US, that's not because of anything the US has done, it's because the politicians in the EU are little better. In the UK they are pushing privacy invading laws that are far more draconian than they have in the US, so it's hard to find anyone championing the real will of the people when it comes to not invading personal privacy. 
PeterMerkulov
PeterMerkulov,
User Rank: Author
6/22/2016 | 3:19:51 PM
Re: They're all crooks
Whatever the differences between U.S. and EU privacy laws, Safe Harbor was challenged in court by Max Schrems following the Snowden disclosures and revelations that U.S. intelligence agencies were accessing data considered private in Europe. It's important that both sides find a way to reconcile differences in approach in order to provide clarity for data sharing. Until such time as a new trans-Atlantic data transfer agreement is in place, however, U.S. companies must contend with that breakdown in trust by rising above the low bar of compliance and establish their own high standards of protection and management for the data entrusted to them.


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