A Transatlantic Common Language for Privacy

EPA/KARL-JOSEF HILDENBRAND

A Transatlantic Common Language for Privacy


In my twenty years as a privacy lawyer, the past three months has created the most challenging legal/policy issue I have seen.  Concerns about government access to personal data has threatened our global economy and created uncertainty on how to bridge the different legal and government structures in the US and Europe.
Last October, the Court of Justice of the European Union called into question the “Safe Harbor”, which has been the legal mechanism to allow companies to transfer personal data b...


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