Privacy Shield Survives First Annual Review

The E.U.-U.S. Privacy Shield has survived its first annual review. The E.U. Commission’s Report emphasized the need for active monitoring of the framework for data transfer. We analyze the Report’s findings and provide insight on the implications of those findings, and the pros and cons of self-certification under the framework from AvePoint’s chief compliance and risk officer Dana Simberkoff. She told The Anti-Corruption Report that there are “certainly a lot of companies using Privacy Shield and that’s a testament to the fact that it is a viable framework from the perspective of U.S. companies.” See “Key Requirements of the Newly Approved Privacy Shield” (Jul. 27, 2016).

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